His play, "Angels in America," was performed in the American Conservatory Theatre production at the Marines Memorial Theatre in San Francisco, California. David Wing-Davey was director.
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[on Daniel Day-Lewis] Daniel carries his talents and achievements modestly, charmingly, and generously. Like the president he brought to life in 'Lincoln', he's a deep-sea creature who's unexpectedly approachable and thoroughly delightful company. He's a concerned and active world citizen, a spectacular husband and father. But when Daniel acts, he makes the physical metaphysical, and vice versa. ...
Won the 1993 Pulitzer Prize for Drama for the play "Angels in America: Millennium Approaches".