Monday, June 30, 2008
Religion, war, AIDS, politics – the themes playwright Tony Kushner explores in his work read like a list of what never to bring up at a dinner party. Kushner hasn’t shied away from presenting difficult issues through theater, and his Pulitzer Prize, Emmy Award, and two Tony Awards mean he must be doing something right. This Monday we’ll revisit our conversation with “Angels in America” author Tony Kushner, about his life and work. Today’s show is from our archives, so we won’t be taking phone calls.
- About Tony Kushner
- Angels in Lousiville: Pulitzer Prize-Winning Playwright Visits
- New York Times Topics: Tony Kushner
- Wikipedia: Tony Kushner
- Angels in America Summary and Reading Guide
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