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THEATRE REVIEW: People, Places and Things starring Denise Gough

WORTH A LOOK?: ****

WHERE: Wyndhams Theatre

WHEN: 11/4, runs to 18/6

Denise Gough’s electrifying performance as a recovering drug addict in this original production which debuted at the revitalised National Theatre deservedly won her a best actress Olivier Award this month. 230 more words

THEATRE REVIEW

Angels in America, Millennium Approaches

The three plots bring homosexuality to the forefront of American attention. The relationship between Louis and Prior shows the AIDS epidemic and the response to it that serves as one facet of homosexual struggles. 610 more words

Literature

progress

“Nothing’s lost forever. In this world, there’s a kind of painful progress. Longing for what we’ve left behind, and dreaming ahead. At least I think that’s so.” – Tony Kushner

Prose

Catching Up with the Cast: Angels In America

As EUTCO’s production of Angels In America fast approaches, we decide to have a catch up with the cast to gain an insight into their reasons for getting involved, what we should expect from the show and the challenges they have had to face so far… 2,631 more words

Exeter Uni

From Tony Kushner:

Like San Francisco. Big city. Overgrown with weeds, but flowering weeds. On every corner a wrecking crew and something new and crooked going up catty-corner to that.

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Quotes

Parker grants peek into her personal life in 'Dear Mr. You'

“Dear Mr. You” (Scribner), by Mary-Louise Parker

Mary-Louise Parker may be best known for her roles in “Weeds” and “Angels in America,” but she also has a pretty impressive byline. 305 more words

Arts & Entertainment

Heaven - Angels in America

We can’t just stop. We are not rocks. Progress, migration, motion is maternity, it’s animate. It’s what living things do. We desire. Even if all we desire is stillness, its still desire for. 560 more words

Great Poetry