Written by genre-bending playwright Tony Kushner, Angels in America is a Pulitzer Prize winning play comprised of two parts, the second part is titled Millennium Approaches. Set in late 1985 and early 1986, the script examines themes such as love, justice, identity, theology and the necessity of change through the collision of several characters who are written to be played by an ensemble of eight. In 1993, the play made it's Broadway debut at the Walter Kerr Theatre. It was directed by George C. Wolfe and the original cast included various talented performers including Ron Leibman, Stephen Spinella, Kathleen Chalfant and Marcia Gay Harden. Recently Angels in America had a run at one of New York City's premiere off-Broadway venues, The Signature Theatre Company. The production, directed by Michael Greif, stars Adam Driver, Sofia Jean Gomez, Bill Heck, Keira Keeley, Lynne McCollough, Billy Porter, Michael Urie and Frank Wood. Due to it's success, the show has been extended four times past it's closing and continues to please audiences through April 2011. Audiences everywhere who acquire Angels in America tickets for this production, as well as performances at theaters across the nation, value the experience of seeing this important play live.