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Tony Kushner
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    (July 16, 1956- )
    Wrote 'Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes (1992),' 'A Bright Room Called Day (1985),' and 'Slavs! (1994)'
    He is a socialist.
    His plays are usually political.
    He is a self-described 'tv junkie' who believes television is much more like theatre than film.
    He said, 'I think the country is under-educating its young. I think it's a deliberate, designed, malevolent project by the right to destroy public education. People are more easily manipulated when they don't have information.'
    He is openly gay.
    He has been compared to Arthur Miller.
    His award-winning play, Angels in America, has gay and Jewish themes, subjects not concentrated on in playwriting before.
    He earned a bachelors from Columbia University and did post-graduate work at New York University.
    He earned a Pulitzer Prize, two Tonys, two Drama Desk Awards, the Evening Standard Award, the New York Critics Circle Award, the LA Drama Critics Circle Award, and the LAMBDA Liberty Award for Drama.

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