Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Tony Kushner of “Angels in America” fame wrote the new movie “Lincoln,” filling roughly 145 of its 149 minutes with dialogue.
In four scenes, maybe, characters are actually doing, rather than saying, something.
Yet Steven Spielberg, one of America's best directors, makes the movie come alive; watching it is like eavesdropping on history. Read More
When “Angels in America” received its world premiere at the Eureka Theatre Co., AIDS was considered a decade-old epidemic. On the eve of the 30th anniversary of the first reported case of the pandemic disease, Theatre Shark has produced a spare and compelling production of “Millennium Approaches,” the first half of Tony Kushner’s “Gay Fantasia on National Themes.” Read More