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National Theater Live: "Angels in America" part 1 in Multikino Targówek
21 September 2017 (Thursday), 7:00 pm
Multikino Targówek, ul. Głębocka 15 (map)

America, mid 80's of the twentieth century. The New York gay group struggles with the problems of urban life, gender identity and cultural identity in times of moral transformations, raging crisis, AIDS pandemic and a conservative Ronald Regan administration. The two main characters have AIDS. One of them, Prior Walter (played by Andrew Garfield - "The Social Network"), wonders if he's in the right mind because he's starting to see ghosts and angels. The second - Roy Cohn - is a character supposedly created by the author on the canvas of a true character from the world of American politics. Roy cannot accept he has AIDS because he always thought that only gray people could get sick of this disease. "Angels in America" is the play for which Tony Kushner won a Pulitzer Prize as well as two Tony Awards, two Drama Desk Awards, The Evening Standard Award, and more. Peter Eötvös wrote an opera based on the play, and a six-part series directed by Mike Nichols was created.

The London National Theater first showed "Angels in America" as early as 1992 (first part - "Millennium Approaches"), and the second part - "Perestroika" a year later. In 1998, the national scene of Great Britain recognized "Angels in America" as one of the top ten theatrical plays of the 20th century. The new staging of Kushner's play, to be shown in theatres was directed by Marianne Elliott, whose productions "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" and "War Horse" which were presented in the National Theater Live series in previous years. As well as Andrew Garfield, we will see Denise Gough, Nathan Lane, James McArdle (known for "Star Wars: Awakening") and Russell Tovey ("The Pass").

The show was recorded with a live audience in HD and DD Surround. Retransmission in original version in High Definition quality. A spectacle with Polish subtitles.

Source: Multikino