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Angels in America (1995 Vancouver)

ANGELS IN AMERICA: MILLENNIUM APPROACHES, a Gay Fantasia on National Themes by Tony Kushner with original music by Michael Ward, played the Queen Elizabeth Theatre in Vancouver from September 5 to 10, 1995.

Produced by Jujamcyn Theaters, Center Theatre Group / Mark Taper Forum, Robert G. Perkins, Jeffrey E. McCourt and Jon B. Platt by arrangement with The Angels Company in association with Herb Alpert; Associate Producer: Gee-Kay Productions, Inc. and Mary Lu Rubnitz Roffe.

Directed by Michael Mayer; Production Supervised by George C. Wolfe; Scenic Design by David Gallo; Costume Design by Michael Krass; Lighting Design by Brian MacDevitt; Sound Design by Rob Milburn; Hair & Make-Up Design by Randy Houston Mercer.

Starring Peter Birkenhead; Reg Flowers; Kate Goehring; Jonathan Hadary; Philip Earl Johnson; Barbara Robertson; Robert Sella and Carolyn Swift

Understudies: Demitri Corbin (Belize), Timothy Hendrickson (Joe Pitt, Prior Walter), John Herrera (Roy Cohn, Louis Ironson), Carmen Roman (Hannah Pitt) and Sarah Underwood (Harper Pitt, The Angel)

Executive Producer: The Baruch-Frankel-Viertel Group and Margo Lion; General Manager: ATP/Dodger and George MacPherson
Technical Supervisor: Gene O’Donovan; Production Stage Manager: Tom Guerra; Flying by Foy; Casting: Jay Binder and Jane Alderman; Press Representative: Laura Matalon

Headquarters Entertainment CorpAs CEO of Headquarters Entertainment Corporation (“HQE”) in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.  In addition to producing and presenting shows in Canada and on Broadway, HQE also managed group sales and marketing promotion for the majority of Broadway musical theatre tours on behalf of various presenters in the mid 1990’s.

Queen Elizabeth Theatre VancouverThe Queen Elizabeth Theatre at 630 Hamilton Street, Vancouver, officially opened on July 5, 1959. The building holds two venues: the 2,765 seat main auditorium which has a  70′ wide x 40′ deep stage, and the 668 seat Playhouse Theatre. Owned by the City of Vancouver and operated by Vancouver Civic Theatres, the impact of the theatre was immediate and profound: for the first time, major roadshows staged across the U.S. border in Seattle were compelled to extend their tours to Vancouver.

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