This article contains spoilers. Episode one of Russell T Davies’ Years and Years ends with Russell Tovey fucking a man as the world ends. That seems a flippant summary, but for gay men sex has always been, and still is, a political act. Seemingly apt from the writer who brought the world Queer as Folk and caused muchContinue reading “New Article: Years And Years”
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National Themes: How Britain’s Subsidized Theatre Helped ‘Angels’ Fly
Despite having “America” in its title, Tony Kushner’s Angels in America owes a fair amount of its early development—and its high early profile—to Britain’s National Theatre. And as its first Broadway revival readies its opening in March, almost exactly 25 years since its original Main Stem run, it seems oddly fitting that this new production also comes fromContinue reading “National Themes: How Britain’s Subsidized Theatre Helped ‘Angels’ Fly”
A Kind of Painful Progress; Angels in America and Me.
First published on my research blog 25th August 2017 Almost a week ago now, Prior Walter bid the Lyttleton theatre ‘More Life’ one last time. Twenty-four years earlier it had opened next door in the Cottesloe. And some 14 or so years earlier they Angel first crashed into my life. Since then it’sContinue reading “A Kind of Painful Progress; Angels in America and Me.”