The world’s got so terribly, terribly old.– Tony Kushner, “Angels in America” (via thegreateuropeanbicycletour)
…free me, unfetter me, bless me or whatever but I will be let go.– Prior, Angels in America: Perestroika, by: Kushner (via judge-books-by-their-covers)
Harper: I burned dinner.
Harper: Not my dinner. My dinner was fine. Your dinner. I put it back in the oven and turned everything up as high as it could go and watched till it burned blacked. It's still hot. Very hot. Want it?
Joe: You didn't have to do that.
Harper: I know. I just seemed like the kind of thing a mentally deranged sex-starved pill-popping housewife would do.
Jews don’t have any clear textual guide to the afterlife, even that it exists. I...– Louis, Angels in America (via judge-books-by-their-covers)
qualiseram: Joe: I think we ought to pray. Ask God for help. Ask Him together. Harper: God won’t talk to me. I have to make up people to talk to me. — Tony Kushner, Angels in America
qualiseram: “Your problem is that you are so full of piping hot crap that the mention of your name draws flies” — Tony Kushner, Angels in America
HARPER: I don’t understand why I’m not dead. When your heart breaks, you should die. But there’s still the rest of you. — Tony Kushner, Angels in America, Part II: Perestroika
whiteoceans: Main Title, Angels In America...
I dreamed we were there. The plane leapt the tropopause, the safe air, and...– Harper Pitt, Angels in America (via theduckman)
We can’t just stop. We’re not rocks—progress, migration, motion is…modernity....– Angels in America: Perestroika, by Tony Kushner Maybe the best play I’ve ever read. It’s a shame that it was the last play we read in my theatre class. We had only one day to discuss what is essentially two plays, two brilliant works of American drama. It’s amazing how Kushner packs so much into...
Let it. I don’t understand why I’m not dead. When your heart breaks,...– Harper Pitt
It’s something you learn after your second theme party - it’s all been done...– Prior - Angels in America (via youwilllovemylaugh)
Life is full of horror; nobody escapes, nobody; save yourself. Whatever pulls on...– Roy M. Cohn, Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes (via suivrelevent)
This is why I shouldn't watch serious drama after...
Character: “…there are no angels in America…” Me: OHHH HE SAID IT!!!!!
littlemissmaggie: “It’s the price of rootlessness. Motion sickness. The only cure: to keep moving.”