“November 1, 1992: AIDS/ Angels in America” has maybe my favorite epigraph of all time: “We must speak for hope as long as it doesn’t mean suppressing the nature of danger.” -Raymond Williams, Resources of Hope. 340 more words
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Angels at Whittier College: This year’s first-year reading comes to life on stage at the Shannon Center
“We’ve had great audiences and we’ve had sold out shows and we’ve had students come back because they’ve been surprised and they loved it and they wanted to see something again,” Professor of Theatre and Communication Arts and Director of Center for Collaboration with the Arts Jennifer Holmes said of past productions at the Ruth B. 862 more words
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As always, the familia makes time to support projects that feature one of the nation’s evolving thespians, Abdul Qahar Aqilah.
While he made us laugh to the point of almost-peeing-in-one’s-pants in Shear Madness, he made a 180-degree turn to tackle one of the more heavyweight plays ever written, Angels in America.