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Angels in America : a gay fantasia on national themes.

Title
Angels in America : a gay fantasia on national themes. 2. Perestroika [videorecording] / Jujamcyn Theaters and Mark Taper Forum/Gordon Davidson, with Margo Lion, Susan Quint Gallin, Jon B. Platt, The Baruch-Frankel-Viertel Group and Frederick Zollo, in association with Herb Alpert, present ; produced in association with The New York Shakespeare Festival ; associate producers, Dennis Grimaldi, Marilyn Hall, Ron Kastner, Hal Luftig/126 Second Avenue Corp., Suki Sandler ; executive producers, Benjamin Mordecai and Robert Cole ; [written] by Tony Kushner ; directed by George C. Wolfe ; [video director] Stucker ; [video producer] Theatre on Film and Tape Archive, Betty L. Corwin, director.
Publication
New York, c1994.

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Videodiscs 1-3Moving imageRestricted use NCOV 1639 Videodiscs 1-3Performing Arts Research Collections - TOFT

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Additional Authors
  • Davidson, Gordon, 1933-2016
  • Lion, Margo
  • Gallin, Susan Quint
  • Platt, Jon B
  • Baruch, Steven
  • Viertel, Thomas
  • Frankel, Richard, 1954-
  • Zollo, Frederick
  • Alpert, Herb
  • Grimaldi, Dennis
  • Hall, Marilyn
  • Kastner, Ron
  • Luftig, Hal
  • Sandler, Suki
  • Mordecai, Benjamin
  • Cole, Robert
  • Kushner, Tony.
  • Wolfe, George C
  • Wagner, Robin, 1933-
  • James, Toni Leslie
  • Fisher, Jules
  • Davis, Anthony, 1951-
  • Ward, Michael Philip
  • Lehrer, Scott
  • Poyer, Lisa M.
  • Cline, Perry
  • Chalfant, Kathleen, 1945-
  • Grant, David Marshall
  • Harden, Marcia Gay
  • Mantello, Joe
  • McLaughlin, Ellen
  • Spinella, Stephen
  • Wright, Jeffrey (Jeffrey Charles), 1965-
  • Leibman, Ron
  • Stucker, Richard
  • Corwin, Betty L.
  • Jujamcyn Theaters, producer.
  • Mark Taper Forum (Los Angeles, Calif.), producer.
  • Baruch-Frankel-Viertel Group, producer.
  • New York Shakespeare Festival Public Theater, producer.
  • New York Public Library for the Performing Arts. Billy Rose Theatre Division. Theatre on Film and Tape Archive.
  • 126 Second Ave. Corp, producer.
  • Betty R. Sheffer Foundation.
Description
3 videodiscs (DVD) (178 min.) : sd., col.; 4 3/4 in.
Alternative Title
Millennium approaches
Subjects
Genre/Form
Drama.
Note
  • This is Part Two of Tony Kushner's Angels in America. A videorecording of Part One, Millennium approaches, made the same day with the same cast, is available on NCOV 1638.
Access (note)
  • Restricted to qualified researchers.
Credits (note)
  • Scenic design, Robin Wagner ; costume design, Toni-Leslie James ; lighting design, Jules Fisher ; original music, Anthony Davis ; additional music, Michael Ward ; sound design, Scott Lehrer ; company manager, Lisa M. Poyer ; prod. stage manager, Perry Cline.
Performer (note)
  • Kathleen Chalfant, David Marshall Grant, Marcia Gay Harden, Joe Mantello, Ellen McLaughlin, Stephen Spinella, Jeffrey Wright, and Ron Leibman.
Event (note)
  • Videotaped by The New York Public Library's Theatre on Film and Tape Archive at the Walter Kerr Theatre, New York, N.Y., Jan. 5, 1994.
Funding (note)
  • Recorded with the financial assistance of The Betty R. Sheffer Foundation.
Call Number
NCOV 1639
OCLC
NYPG06-F607
Title
Angels in America : a gay fantasia on national themes. 2. Perestroika [videorecording] / Jujamcyn Theaters and Mark Taper Forum/Gordon Davidson, with Margo Lion, Susan Quint Gallin, Jon B. Platt, The Baruch-Frankel-Viertel Group and Frederick Zollo, in association with Herb Alpert, present ; produced in association with The New York Shakespeare Festival ; associate producers, Dennis Grimaldi, Marilyn Hall, Ron Kastner, Hal Luftig/126 Second Avenue Corp., Suki Sandler ; executive producers, Benjamin Mordecai and Robert Cole ; [written] by Tony Kushner ; directed by George C. Wolfe ; [video director] Stucker ; [video producer] Theatre on Film and Tape Archive, Betty L. Corwin, director.
Imprint
New York, c1994.
Access
Restricted to qualified researchers.
Credits
Scenic design, Robin Wagner ; costume design, Toni-Leslie James ; lighting design, Jules Fisher ; original music, Anthony Davis ; additional music, Michael Ward ; sound design, Scott Lehrer ; company manager, Lisa M. Poyer ; prod. stage manager, Perry Cline.
Cast
Kathleen Chalfant, David Marshall Grant, Marcia Gay Harden, Joe Mantello, Ellen McLaughlin, Stephen Spinella, Jeffrey Wright, and Ron Leibman.
Event
Videotaped by The New York Public Library's Theatre on Film and Tape Archive at the Walter Kerr Theatre, New York, N.Y., Jan. 5, 1994.
Funding
Recorded with the financial assistance of The Betty R. Sheffer Foundation.
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Added Author
Davidson, Gordon, 1933-2016, producer.
Lion, Margo, producer.
Gallin, Susan Quint, producer.
Platt, Jon B, producer.
Baruch, Steven, producer.
Viertel, Thomas, producer.
Frankel, Richard, 1954- producer.
Zollo, Frederick, producer.
Alpert, Herb, producer.
Grimaldi, Dennis, producer.
Hall, Marilyn, producer.
Kastner, Ron, producer.
Luftig, Hal, producer.
Sandler, Suki, producer.
Mordecai, Benjamin, producer.
Cole, Robert, producer.
Kushner, Tony. Angels in America (1996)
Wolfe, George C, director.
Wagner, Robin, 1933- set designer.
James, Toni Leslie, costume designer.
Fisher, Jules, lighting designer.
Davis, Anthony, 1951- composer.
Ward, Michael Philip, composer.
Lehrer, Scott, sound designer.
Poyer, Lisa M., company manager.
Cline, Perry, production stage manager.
Chalfant, Kathleen, 1945- actor.
Grant, David Marshall, actor.
Harden, Marcia Gay, actor.
Mantello, Joe, actor.
McLaughlin, Ellen, actor.
Spinella, Stephen, actor.
Wright, Jeffrey (Jeffrey Charles), 1965- actor.
Leibman, Ron, actor.
Stucker, Richard, videographer.
Corwin, Betty L.
Jujamcyn Theaters, producer.
Mark Taper Forum (Los Angeles, Calif.), producer.
Baruch-Frankel-Viertel Group, producer.
New York Shakespeare Festival Public Theater, producer.
New York Public Library for the Performing Arts. Billy Rose Theatre Division. Theatre on Film and Tape Archive.
126 Second Ave. Corp, producer.
Betty R. Sheffer Foundation.
Research Call Number
NCOV 1639
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