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Angels in America: Playing Joe Pitt

By Lois E. Beckett
First staged in the early 1990s, Tony Kushner's epic drama "Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes," was a groundbreaking depiction of what it means to be gay in America--as well as an instant classic. This week, The Crimson interviews the four lead male actors of the current Harvard production--three straight, one gay--about what it means to play a gay man in "Angels in America." In this video, Alex R. Breaux '09, who plays a closeted Mormon Republican lawyer, talks about what he learned from confronting his discomfort with kissing a guy on stage. CORRECTION: Gus Hickey is a member of the class of 2011, not, 2010

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