As part of the celebration of the work of Tony Kushner, the Guthrie presents an evening of Kushner's short plays in the Dowling Studio, which will include Geraldine of Albania Meets Lucia Pamela on the Moon, Terminating or Sonnet LXXV or "Lass Meine Schmerzen Nicht Verloren Sein" or Ambivalence (which premiered at the Guthrie Lab as part of The Acting Company's 1998 national tour of Love's Fire), East Coast Ode to Howard Jarvis, Dr. Arnold A. Hutschneker in Paradise, and Only We Who Guard the Mystery Shall Be Unhappy.
Kushner, who has also received an Emmy and two Tony Awards, won a Pulitzer Prize in 1993 for "Millennium Approaches," the first half of his two-part Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes. His other plays include A Bright Room Called Day and Homebody/Kabul. He also wrote the book for the musical Caroline, or Change and the screenplay for Steven Spielberg's Munich.
Visit the Tiny Kushner: An Evening of Short Plays website: