This continuation of Angles in America takes up just where Part One left off. While I enjoyed the first part more (readers shouldn’t read Part Two unless they’ve read Part One, Millennium Approaches), I like the themes that Kushner brings up in this play: homophobia, the inevitable movement of time, and human decency. This play certainly isn’t for everyone, but fans of Angels in America will enjoy the second half of the story.
Review Submitted by: Lauren Grey, SMCM Alumn ’11
Rating: Recommended with Reservations