His play, "Angels in America: Parts I and II," was performed at the Journeymen Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Annabel Armour in the cast. The crew included David Cromer (director), N.A. Gibson and David Zerlin (sound designers).
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[on Meryl Streep's open-air performance in 'Mother Courage and Her Children'] The set was mostly dirt, so by the end of the evening it was mud, and Meryl incorporated it into her performance. Thinking of her slogging around in the mud singing 'The Song of the Great Capitulation' is one of my favorite memories of any theater that I've had anything to do with.
His play, "Angels in American: Millennium Approaches and Perestroika", was awarded the 1995 Joseph Jefferson
Award for Play Production in Chicago, Illinois.