Monday, November 02, 2009

Tucson: Final Weekend of Angels in America at Studio Connections


From: Brian Levario []
Sent: Sunday, November 01, 2009 11:14 PM
Subject: RE: Closing Weekend of Angels in America


Final Weekend of Angels in America at Studio Connections. Dates are as follows:


11/05, 11/06, 11/07 @ 7:30 PM, and 11/08 @ 2:00 PM


Contact:  Brian Levario      

520 455-7878


Studio Connections presents:  Angels In America 

Part One: Millennium Approaches


Studio Connections presents “Part One” of the epic story about a time that changed the world.  Tony Kushner’s Angels In America has been making headlnes since its debut on Broadway in 1993.  With two Tony Awards for “Best Play” and two Drama Desk Awards for “Outstanding Play”, this show has proven to be a timeless story with a very important message.  According to director, Bill Fikaris, “This masterpiece deals with relationships and interactions between lovers, married couples, parents, friends and colleagues while dealing with illness, divorce, religion, secrets and lies. The beauty of this piece is how the play shows that regardless of your beliefs or moral standings, we all have to battle the same demons. Some win, some lose – but it is never as simple as it seems. It is prophetic and profane. Consequently, the audience can view this fantastical diorama allowing them to see versions of themselves and perhaps come to a better understanding of themselves and those around them.”


Dates and Show Times:


Final Weekend Performances:  November 5th, 6th , & 7th @ 7:30pm


Matinee Performances:  8th @ 2:00pm


Tickets are available through or by phone at

(520) 731-1559.

$18.00 for adults; $15.00 children, students, seniors and military. 

This show has mature content and adult themes.



Angels In America;  Part One: Millennium Approaches  is a production of Studio Connections, a not for profit organization dedicated to helping youth initiate significant, positive personal and social change via the arts.  


Studio Connections is located at

9071 East Old Spanish Trail; Tucson, Arizona 85710. 

(520) 731-1559; 




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