“Angels in America,” Kansas City Repertory Theatre
Friday-March 29 at the Copaken Stage
Experiencing the Kansas City Repertory Theatre’s production of “Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes” represents a major commitment. In addition to purchasing two sets of tickets, theater-goers must concede large blocks of time and be willing to make a considerable emotional investment. Tony Kushner’s ambitious work, which won both a Pulitzer Prize for Drama and two Tony Awards for Best Play in the 1990s, is split into two portions. The combined duration of “Part I: Millennium Approaches” and “Part II: Perestroika” is seven hours. The schedules of the deeply affecting play will alternate at the Copaken Stage. 
Friday, Feb. 20 - March 29. Copaken Stage. 816-235-2700. kcrep.org. $20-$64.
“Angels in America,” Kansas City Repertory Theatre Friday-March 29 at the Copaken Stage Experiencing the Kansas City Repertory Theatre’s production of “Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes” represents a major commitment. In addition to purchasing two sets of tickets, theater-goers must concede large blocks of time and be willing to make a considerable emotional investment. Tony Kushner’s ambitious work, which won both a Pulitzer Prize for Drama and two Tony Awards for Best Play in the 1990s, is split into two portions. The combined duration of “Part I: Millennium Approaches” and “Part II: Perestroika” is seven hours. The schedules of the deeply affecting play will alternate at the Copaken Stage. Friday, Feb. 20 - March 29. Copaken Stage. 816-235-2700. kcrep.org. $20-$64. Courtesy of the Kansas City Repertory Theatre The Kansas City Repertory Theatre
“Angels in America,” Kansas City Repertory Theatre Friday-March 29 at the Copaken Stage Experiencing the Kansas City Repertory Theatre’s production of “Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes” represents a major commitment. In addition to purchasing two sets of tickets, theater-goers must concede large blocks of time and be willing to make a considerable emotional investment. Tony Kushner’s ambitious work, which won both a Pulitzer Prize for Drama and two Tony Awards for Best Play in the 1990s, is split into two portions. The combined duration of “Part I: Millennium Approaches” and “Part II: Perestroika” is seven hours. The schedules of the deeply affecting play will alternate at the Copaken Stage. Friday, Feb. 20 - March 29. Copaken Stage. 816-235-2700. kcrep.org. $20-$64. Courtesy of the Kansas City Repertory Theatre The Kansas City Repertory Theatre

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