T wo big questions surround this revival of Tony Kushner’s epic, two-part “gay fantasia on national themes”, which is beautifully staged by Marianne Elliott and boasts a starry cast headed by Nathan Lane and Andrew Garfield.  

First: do these two plays justify their formidable eight-hour length? The answer is a qualified yes. Second: written in the early 1990s, do they come across as a fascinating period document, or something that speaks to us today? The answer is, a bit of both.


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