A Bright Room Called Day by Tony Kushner (Angels in America)
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Written by Tony Kushner -- the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Angels in America
and the screenplays for feature films such as Munich
-- A Bright Room Called Day
is an earlier drama from Kushner's highly decorated career. Primarily set in early-1930s Germany, Day
centers on a middle-aged actress and her friends as they try to grapple with the implications of Hitler's rise to power and the fall of the Weimer Republic. Along the way, scenes of a woman in 1980s New York who's concerned with Ronald Reagan and the conservative movement's rise are interspersed.
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The last date listed for A Bright Room Called Day was Sunday December 16, 2012 / 2:00pm.
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Called by playwright Edward Albee "the greatest American play ever written," this dramatization of…
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If you go to see this play, stick around as the theme building in the first half clarifies and intensifies after intermission. The acting is mostly quite good, small flaws by acting students don't mar the overall impact; the directing, costuming and stage settings very good, and Kushner's script incorporates interesting dramatic devices to bring home the universality of the choices we each must make in life when faced with dilemmas of personal responsibility. Go see this play.
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