Tony Award nominee Jonathan Hadary will take over the role of Roy Cohn in the Off-Broadway production of Tony Kushner's Angels in America, beginning March 29. He replaces Tony Award winner Frank Wood in the role. In addition, the production has announced a fourth and final extension, with a new closing date of April 24.

Kushner's play is set in America in the 1980s against a backdrop of greed, conservatism, sexual politics, and the discovery of AIDS. Both parts of the play, Millennium Approaches and Perestroika, alternate in repertory.

The cast also currently features Adam Driver as Louis Ironson, Sofia Jean Gomez as The Angel, Bill Heck as Joe Pitt, Keira Keeley as Harper Pitt, Lynne McCollough as Hannah Pitt, Billy Porter as Belize, and Michael Urie as Prior Walter.

Michael Greif has directed the production, which features scenic design by Mark Wendland, costume design by Clint Ramos, lighting design by Ben Stanton, sound design by Ken Travis, projection design by Wendall K. Harrington, original music by Michael Friedman and Chris Miller, and fight direction by Rick Sordelet.

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