His play, "Angels in America: Millennium Approaches and Perestroika," was performed in Chicago, Illinois with Barbara Robertson and Jonathan Hadary in the cast. The crew included Michael Mayer (director), Brian MacDevitt (lighting designer), Michael Philip Ward (original incidental music), and Rob Milburn (sound designer).
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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. ...
His play, "Angels in America: Part Two: Perestroika," on Broadway was awarded the 1994 New York Drama Desk Award for Best Play.