The cast of “Angels in America,” playing in two parts at the Rep now through Oct. 6.

Tickets are now available for “Angels in America” parts one and two, running Sept. 4 - Oct. 6. at the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, 130 Edgar Road.

A towering epic that unveils new depths with each passing year, Tony Kushner’s Tony- and Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece arrives on The Rep’s stage for the first time. The AIDS epidemic is the flashpoint in Kushner’s swirling tapestry of American culture, myths and spirituality. Navigating this maelstrom are Prior Walter, whose prophetic visions lead him toward an uncertain destiny, Joe Pitt, a devout and painfully closeted Mormon, and Roy Cohn, a lawyer whose AIDS diagnosis forces him to face a lifetime of misdeeds. These twin plays’ vision of a wounded and chaotic nation struggling toward redemption is more urgent than ever.

Featuring Kushner’s revised script that fueled acclaimed revivals on Broadway and London’s West End, The Rep will present both parts of “Angels in America” in a rotating “rep” schedule throughout the run, including special marathon days with both parts performed back-to-back.

Buy tickets for each part individually, or purchase both parts and save 15%, at