Angels in America definitely takes some flights of fancy. While many of the scenes are generally realistic, there are many times when that reality gets skewed. In Perestroika, we've got hallucinations, dreams, ghostly visitations, angelic visitations, and even an ascent into Heaven. The laws of space and time are constantly warped in Kushner's theatrical dreamscape. One of the most interesting things the play does is dramatize shared dreams and hallucinations. Several characters enter alternate realities together. Characters are also able to communicate with each other on a spiritual level even when they're not located in the same physical space. Could all of this be some kind of comment on the interconnectedness of human beings?
Angels in America uses its fantastic sequences to explore its themes and ideas metaphorically.
Through its constant blending of realities, Angels in America argues that all human beings are interconnected.