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Angels will fly across the pond.After a highly lauded run in the West End, the recent “Angels in America” revival will play Broadway with much of the original cast intact. The Tony Kushner drama will arrive at the Neil Simon Theater in spring 2018, and will star Nathan Lane, Andrew Garfield, and Denise Gough, all of whom will be reprising the roles they played in London. The infamously wrought two-play drama will be directed by Marianne Elliott (“The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time”), and is slated for an 18-week run that will begin previews Feb. 23. The two plays each won the best
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