Is London's Angels in America Heading to Broadway? | Playbill

Broadway News Is London's Angels in America Heading to Broadway? The National Theatre production features Nathan Lane and Andrew Garfield.
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James McArdle and Andrew Garfield Helen Maybanks

Jujamcyn Theaters is currently in discussion to bring the critically acclaimed London revival of Tony Kushner's Angels in America to Broadway next season, according to the New York Post.

The Marianne Elliott-helmed production officially opened May 4 in the National’s Lyttelton Theatre with a cast headed by Andrew Garfield, Nathan Lane, James McArdle, Russell Tovey, and Denise Gough.

Completing the cast are Stuart Angell, Susan Brown, Laura Caldow, Claire Lambert, Amanda Lawrence, Becky Namgauds, Nathan Stewart-Jarrett, Stan West, and Lewis Wilkins.

No Broadway venue has been announced, although Jujamcyn's Walter Kerr Theatre, which housed the Broadway debut of Angels in America in 1993, is currently available following the closing of Amélie. Jujamcyn also produced the debut production.

Read reviews for the London revival here.

Kushner’s two-part epic historical drama captures the lives of the HIV-positive Prior, his lover Louis, closeted gay Mormon Joe, his Valium-addicted wife Harper, his mother from Utah Hannah, notorious lawyer Roy Cohn, and his nurse Belize. Through a period of death and tumultuous change, these characters discover, confront, and seduce each other, and are joined by the Angel, a terrifying and beautiful herald of the apocalypse.

Flip through production photos from the London run below:

See Andrew Garfield and Nathan Lane in Angels in America

The production features sets by Ian MacNeil, costume design by Nicky Gillibrand, lighting design by Paule Constable, choreography and movement by Robby Graham, music by Adrian Sutton, sound design by Ian Dickinson, puppetry direction and movement by Finn Caldwell, puppet design by Finn Caldwell and Nick Barnes, illusions by Chris Fisher, aerial direction by Gwen Hales, and fight direction by Kate Waters.

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