"Edge" piece on the Mad Horse Theatre's production of "Angels in America Part Tw
"Edge" piece on the Mad Horse Theatre's production of "Angels in America Part Two: Perestroika," which drew disappointing crowds. The 20 performances of Tony Kushner's play sold 590 fewer tickets than its critically and financially successful prequel, "Part I: Millennium Approaches." After a run of only 23 shows, the first "Angels" closed with a total of 1,236 tickets sold. Mad Horse Theatre has moved twice since it was established on Danforth Street in 1986, moving to Forest Avenue in 1989, and more recently to Oak Street where it is sharing space with the Oak Street Theatre.
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Dammann, Allen, ""Edge" piece on the Mad Horse Theatre's production of "Angels in America Part Tw" (1998). Maine News Index – Casco Bay Weekly. 2506.
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