Angels at Annenberg: Lectures about Tony Kushner's Play
The Annenberg Center's Director of Education, Ms. Thea Diamond, has
organized panel discussions in conjunction with the two-part drama
Angels in America. This theatrical production highlights a range of
critical contemporary issues-life, death, love, loss, guilt,
forgiveness, homosexuality, religion, AIDS, drugs and socialism. For
information or to order tickets to the performances, November 7-12, call
the Annenberg Box Office, 898-6791. For information about the lectures
and Annenberg Center Education Programs, call Thea Diamond at 898-9080.
The panel discussions are free and open to the public. Both lectures are
held between performances of Part 1: Millennium Approaches and Part 2:
11 Angles on Angels: Literary and Historical Perspectives; Alan
Filreis, English and Thomas J. Sugrue, history; 6:30-7:15 p.m.; Room
511, Annenberg Center.
12 Where Angels Doesn't Fear Tread: AIDS, Sexuality, and Racism in
Contemporary America; Larry Gross, Annenberg School of Communication and
Philadelphia Gay and Lesbian Task Force; Howard Stevenson, Graduate
School of Education and psychologist; and Ian Frank, Infectious
Diseases, HUP and medicine; 6:30-7:15 p.m.; Harold Prince Theatre,
Tuesday, November 7, 1995
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