Actor Andrew Garfield gets Tony nomination for ‘Angels in America’ role

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NEW YORK — The “Great Work” returned to Broadway and now it's received nearly a dozen Tony nominations.

The revival of Tony Kushner's seminal work, “Angels in America” is set in 1980s New York City during the rise of the AIDS crisis.

Actor Andrew Garfield clinched one of the 11 nominations.

“Angels in America” burst onto stage in the 90s and premiered on Broadway in 1993. The cast and creative team spoke about why the show still resonates more than a quarter century since it was written.

You can see “Angels in America” at the Neil Simon Theatre.

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