From one pandemic to another, here's some good news -- Playbill's reporting that the most recent Broadway production of Tony Kushner's masterpiece Angels in America is now streaming on National Theater's platform (thx Dennis). You have to subscribe to their service in order to watch it, which costs $12.99 a month, but if you're a theater-fan I can't imagine that not being worth it. It's more than worth it for this single show alone honestly, which I managed to see on stage twice -- it stars Andrew Garfield, Denise Gough, Nathan Lane, Nathan Stewart-Jarrett. James McArdle, and (naked) Russell Tovey. Here is the link to the first part, and here is a link to the second (and I am certainly not saying you should just go looking for nudity but Russell Tovey gets naked right at the start of Part 2). It's obviously a time commitment, but less so if you're watching at home! And in all seriousness it's one of the most important pieces of art of ever, this is a magnificently mounted and performed production (Nathan Lane blew my mind apart), and you will be a better human being on the other side of it. So go carve off some of your calendars and watch the damn thing.