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THEATRE REVIEW: The intelligent homosexual's guide to capitalism and socialism with a key to the Scriptures


WHERE: Hampstead Theatre

WHEN: 19/10, runs to 26/11

We missed the third act of this three-and-a-half hour epic after receiving some bad news in the second interval. 305 more words


Angels in America

Playwright Tony Kushner adapts his political epic about the AIDS crisis during the mid-eighties, around a group of separate but connected individuals. (IMDb)

I realized the other day that I’ve never seen part two of this miniseries, only part one, even though I own it. 191 more words

Fear of Consequences

Martin: It’s the fear of what comes after the doing that makes the doing hard to do.

Roy: Amen.

Martin: But you can almost always live with the consequences.

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Joe: Life is full of horror; nobody escapes, nobody; save yourself. Whatever pulls on you, whatever needs from you, threatens you. Don’t be afraid; people are so afraid; don’t be afraid to live in the raw wind, naked, alone.

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Angels in America: a dystopia?

I really wouldn’t recommend reading “Angels in America”.  As I suspected the text is confusing. This confusion is caused by a lack of background and the introduction of scenes in which characters are supposed to speak over each other. 265 more words

Angels in America; Millenium Approaches

I am not a fan of reading theatre plays, with the exception of Shakespeare, who, in my opinion,  is utterly brilliant. (And yes I know this is a cliché but it is the truth.) Plays are scripts meant to be transformed into a play, they are not books. 238 more words

Sunday read: The miracle of 'Angels'

I remember Tony Kushner, though I seriously doubt he remembers me.

There’s no reason he should. In the summers of 1979 and 1980, I was one of many students at the… 325 more words