"The broadest, deepest, most searching American play of our time." -Newsweek
The New Yorker calls ANGELS IN AMERICA the most important play of the last decade. Newsweek calls it "the broadest, deepest, most searching American play of our time." Set in 1980’s New York City, this Pulitzer Prize-winning play explores the Reagan era (set in 1985 and 1986), American history, the aids epidemic, sexuality, love, death, religion, and the meaning of community. It's the kind of theatre that takes you through a vast array of emotions and leaves you changed. The University Theatre will present only Part One: Millennium Approaches.
AIDS Memorial Quilt
Sections of the internationally celebrated AIDS Memorial Quilt–the 54 1/2-ton, handmade tapestry that stands as a memorial to more than 96,000 individuals lost to AIDS–will be hosted by the Western Michigan University Department of Theatre and on view at the Gilmore Theatre Complex from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, Feb. 5-9 and Feb. 12-16. It will also be on display two hours before every scheduled performance. Arranged by CARES of Southwest Michigan, the exhibit includes three 12-by-12-foot panels.
February 9, 10: 7:30pm
February 15, 16, 17: 7:30pm
February 18: 2:00pm
Phone: (269) 387-6222
Online purchases are serviced by Miller Auditorium.
WMU student tickets are only available in person at the Gilmore Theatre Complex.