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Human Rights Campaign Jun 10
Congratulations to the cast and crew of on your win for Best Revival of a Play! The story is as poignant today as it was in its debut more than 20 years ago. 👏🎉👏
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Angels in America Jul 15
"Bye now. You are fabulous creatures, each and every one." The time has come but America will forever have its Angels.
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Jordan Roth Jul 15
These souls, these warriors, these blessings, these angels. One final curtain call to last a lifetime. You are fabulous creatures, each and every one.
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Jordan Roth May 23
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Dylan Glick Jul 15
I will never forget what Angels in America did for me. The most magnificent piece of theatre I have ever witnessed. With all of my heart, thank you for your blessing. Thank you for the permission. We all could use a little more life. Happy closing.
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Connor Picard Jul 15
"If I can find hope anywhere, that's it, that's the best I can do. It's so much not enough. It's so inadequate. But still bless me anyway. I want more life." Thank you 💙💙💙
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GingerLee✍🏻 Jul 15
I’m not sure what the cast of will be doing after the last(😭) performance, but I know so many lovely friends who came from around the world to see and were changed by the story. We will always keep it within us. I’m forever grateful.
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Sasha Jul 1
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Isabella Andrews May 31
I was lucky enough to play Harper in part 1 five months ago. To see both plays last night was the most monumental experience I’ve had in a long time. I was reminded how it feels to witness art in its purest form. Let us all accept more life.
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Sara Koenig 🐑 May 29
From the moment I stepped out of the Neil Simon Theatre in March, I’ve been counting the days until I see again. The most profound and brilliantly performed work of art I’ve ever seen on a stage.
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The Project Oct 17
. "I'm sick of seeing Victoria's Secret... every single year has this one body type. We need diversity!"
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Bailey Jordan Garcia 19 Apr 18
“No sorrow here. Tears freeze.” I am still in awe of Part 1 — this is why I love theatre. I’m so excited for Part 2 tomorrow.
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donnie Jul 15
Congrats on 's run. I had the honor of seeing it twice and I legitimately couldn't stop thinking about it since. It's rocked my world as a writer and I am forever appreciative
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mlg. Jul 15
happy closing to this incredible, stunning, moving piece of art. you moved me in ways i still have not found words for. you are fabulous creatures, each and every one. and i bless you: more life.
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Gwen Wu Jul 5
2017-2018, 64,762 kilometres, 18 nights, 25 shows. The very first play I’ve ever watched and my life has been changed forever. Thank you for everything and good luck with the rest of the shows! All my love and gratitude to the amazing cast and crew. x
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Courtney Kochuba Jul 12
There are some nights when you witness something onstage that you know you’ll never forget. Andrew Garfield’s performance - and the rest of this cast, but especially his - is seared into my mind forever. Here’s to affecting, important, beautiful work.
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Sam Furman Jun 16
“Maybe the world has driven God from heaven and incurred the angel's wrath. I believe I've seen the end of things, and having seen I'm going blind as prophets do; it makes a certain sense to me. And if I hate heaven my only resistance is to run.”
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✨Destiny G. Kelledy✨ Apr 20
My sister & I saw the National Theatre Live broadcast of in Seattle last July & knew it was destined for Broadway. We flew to NYC last wk-seeing it live was life changing. “You are fabulous creatures, each and every one.” Prior Walter
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Linsey Godfrey Nov 15
Thank you for what you are doing! I don’t want our girls growing up thinking if their bodies don’t look like this then they aren’t beautiful. I don’t want them starving themselves or killing themselves by over working out, like I did.
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Emily Simpson Oct 30
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