Tony Kushner is a playwright and screenwriter. He received the Pulitzer Prize for Drama for the play Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes.
"I hate America. I hate this country. It’s just big ideas, and stories, and people dying, and people like you. The white cracker who wrote the national anthem knew what he was doing. He set the word 'free' to a note so high nobody can reach it. That was deliberate. Nothing on earth sounds less like freedom to me. You come to room 1013 over at the hospital, I'll show you America. Terminal, crazy and mean. I live in America, that’s hard enough, I don’t have to love it. You do that. Everybody’s got to love something."
– Angels in America
ARTICLES FEATURING TONY
The End of Mourning: On Tony Kushner
many of us have spent the last decades living in a disappointed age, an age in which the entire notion of “revolution” became a joke...