Angels in America, Part One: Millenium Approaches

Start: “Real love isn't ambivalent.” I'd

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Angels in America, Part One: Millenium Approaches

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Basics

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Act 2 Scene 2
Time & Place
New York, 1980s
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Monologue Context

Harper Pitt, an agoraphobic with a prescription drug problem that sometimes results in

Monologue Text

Start: “Real love isn't ambivalent.” I'd swear that's a line from my favorite best-selling paperback novel, In Love with the Night Mysterious, except I don't think you've ever read it.
[...]
End: And it goes bad for you if you violate the hard law of love. I can’t help you learn that. I can’t help you, Louis. You’re not my business.

Editor's Note: This monologue includes two breaks of text which can be excluded to produce a longer monologue.

For full text, see:
Kushner, Tony. Angels in America Theatre Communications Group Inc., 1995, pp.102-6.



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