Reviewed by George Basler While there are some dissenters, Tony Kushner’s Angels in America generally  has been considered a masterwork of American drama ever since it opened on Broadway in the 1990s. The massive, seven-hour play -- so big that it’s broken into two parts, “Millennium Approaches” and “Perestroika”-- cleaned up with Tony Awards and a Pulitzer Prize when it first opened and was turned into a prestigious television mini-series. Still the play is a daunting undertaking as it mixes realistic scenes with abstract hallucinations as the characters cope...
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