Various forces have gathered in New York: the ex-boyfriend and his Mormon squeeze, the squeeze’s pill-popping wife and Mormon mother, a rabid Republican lawyer, a black nurse and the Angel of America. And Prior Walter has the future of the world in his hands. Read about Part One: Millennium Approaches here.

In August 2014, this production won the Helpmann Award for Best Play and Best Supporting Actress in a Play (Robyn Nevin).

Angels in America is presented by arrangement with Hal Leonard Australia Pty Ltd, on behalf of Josef Weinberger Ltd of London.

Angels in America was commissioned by and received its premiere at the Eureka Theatre, San Francisco, in May 1991. Also produced by Centre Theatre Group/Mark Taper Forum of Los Angeles (Gordon Davidson, Artistic Director/Producer). Produced in New York at the Walter Kerr Theatre by Jujamcyn Theatres, Mark Taper Forum with Margo Lion, Susan Quint Gallin, Jon B. Platt, The Baruch-Frankel-Viertel Group and Frederick Zollo in association with Herb Alpert.


Paula Arundell
Mitchell Butel
Marcus Graham
Amber McMahon
Luke Mullins
Robyn Nevin
DeObia Oparei
Ashley Zukerman


By Tony Kushner
Director Eamon Flack
Set Designer Michael Hankin
Costume Designer Mel Page
Lighting Designer Niklas Pajanti
Associate Lighting Designer Ross Graham
Composer Alan John
Sound Designer Steve Francis
Assistant Director Shelly Lauman
Fight Director Scott Witt
American Dialect Coach Paige Walker-Carlton
Stage Manager Mel Dyer
Assistant Stage Manager Roxzan Bowes

Special thanks to: Reuze Vintage


It is hard to recommend this production more highly, especially to those who have never experienced Angels with its wings fully extended.

Jason Blake | The Sydney Morning Herald

This production beautifully evokes all the comic sadness of humanity, but also, in a series of splendidly theatrical flourishes, all the magic that we dream of and the optimism for the future of our people and our planet that, maybe after 20 years, we still cling to.

John McCallum | The Australian

There is so much to savour and to love about this production…

Diana Simmonds | Stage Noise

…a rare, wonderful theatre experience.

Dee Jefferson | Time Out

Belvoir’s Angels is delicious, decadent and absolutely unmissable.

Benjamin Neutze | Aussie Theatre

If you only see one play this year, make it two. Angels in America…takes you past familiar experience and leaves you poised for something new and unforgettable.

Rima Sabina Aouf | Concrete Playground