Andrew Garfield

'Angels in America' to be broadcast live from London to cinemas in the U.S.

'Angels in America' to be broadcast live from London to cinemas in the U.S.

National Theatre’s acclaimed revival of Tony Kushner’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play, “Angels in America,” starring Andrew Garfield and Nathan Lane, will be broadcast live to theaters in the U.S. and internationally in late July.

The eight-hour, two-part play unpacks the complexities and sociopolitical climate of life in 1980s America during the height of the AIDS epidemic. Part one, “Millennium Approaches,” was commissioned by the Center Theatre Group and was first performed as a workshop in 1990 at the Mark Taper Forum. It premiered in 1991 in San Francisco in a production by the Eureka Theatre Company.

Part two, titled, “Perestroika,” premiered in November 1992 in a...

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