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Moisés Kaufman
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Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes, first produced in 1993, is a Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award—winning play written by Tony Kushner and mentioned in The Laramie Project. Described as profoundly moving, yet also funny, it deals with the lives of people who must confront their own homosexuality or that of someone close to them. The work mixes tragedy with comedy and magic realism with stark reality. Both political and private, it is a criticism of the Reagan years and its denial of the AIDS epidemic, as well as a meditation of what it means to know that one is dying.

The Obie Award—winning play I Am My Own Wife was written by Doug Wright, directed by Moisés Kaufman, and produced in 2003. It is a one-man show about the German transvestite, Charlotte von Mahlsdorf, an antique collector...

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