Thursday, March 7, 2013

Angels in Memphis: Playhouse on the Square remembers the early days of the AIDS epidemic

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Angels in America in Memphis

In advance of the opening of Tony Kushner's landmark play Angels in America, Playhouse on the Square dedicated a memorial to missing friends. I'll post POTS's mini-documentary when it's available online. Meanwhile, here's Angels director Irene Crist and Kim Daugherty, executive director of the Friends for Life introducing the memorial and explaining why Kushner's vintage play still matters. In Memphis, especially.

For show times and tickets and such. There's this.

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