His play, "Angels in America: Part Two-Perestroika," was performed on Broadway in New York City with Stephen Spinella, Jeffrey Wright and David Marshall Grant in the cast. George C. Wolfe was director. Jules Fisher was lighting designer.
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[on his Oscar nomination for Munich
(2005) screenplay] We had a great time because we sort of knew we weren't going to win anything; we were just there for the fun of it. I got to meet a lot of people whose work I really admire. I was very moved to see) Larry McMurtry
and to see him and his partner [Diana Ossana
] win for Brokeback Mountain
(2005). And we stayed at the Pavilion, and they made a ...
He was awarded the 1992 Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award for Distinguished Writing for "Angels in America" A Gay Fantasia on National Themes, Part One "Millennium Approaches" and Part Two, "Perestroika," in a Gordon Davidson/Center Theatre Group/Mark Taper Forum in association with New York Shakespeare Festival.