It seems to me that to be able to experience the full depth of this production, you need to meet a few requirements. Like in any play, texts are delivered that you will not easily hear in everyday life (nobody makes up ' Antebellum Insufficiently Developed Sexorgans' as an alternative interpretation of AIDS during a split second in mid-conversation).Shakespeare isn't realistic in that way, Oscar Wilde isn't, Ibsen isn't, and nor is Tony Kushner.And Natalie Portman made sure to make a show of support for the women's rights movement by taking her fellow founder pregnant America Ferrera as her date to the Golden Globe Awards on Sunday night at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles.

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I'm a Dutchman, I know New York only from a few brief visits, and though I'm gay my lifestyle has very little in common with that of the men in Ain A; none of that prevented me from being deeply engrossed in this story.

Its themes, as said, are universal (if you doubt that this play is essentially about YOU, the closing scene ought to convince you otherwise; if that scene makes you cringe, as I saw somebody complain, you've not really been watching).

Reading reviews of Ain A I'm stunned at how simplistically literal some people take it (maybe that explains why you've got Bush for president over there? This play isn't about gays, it isn't about AIDS, it isn't about Jews and it isn't about Mormons.

Its theme is the necessity for people to change, the scariness of change, while most of us would prefer to just let things stay as they are.

America, 33, dressed her growing baby bump in a black custom Christian Siriano gown teamed with a black blazer and Stella Luna shoes.

While Natalie, 36, sported a black velvet Dior Haute Couture gown with a plunging neckline and long sleeves.Its texts are wonderfully written, unafraid of pathos, farce and intellectualism alike, and fiercely direct in their expression. Pacino may be redoing previous roles (Devil's Advocate sprang to mind), but boy, does this Roy Cohn have clout, and in the end, how peculiarly difficult it is to really hate him Patrick Wilson is the perfect pretty boy with a dark secret, and knows how to bring his torment across.Marie-Louise Parker at times has you wondering if she's really been taking pills (and I mean that as a compliment).The atmosphere is often subtly and hauntingly unreal.And Thomas Newman's score – well, like any truly good music, words cannot do it justice.Natalie's first post was a photo of a Time's Up quote next to the caption, 'Everyone’s resolution for the year: No more accepting sexual harassment and inequality at work as normal. Time’s Up — whose members include many Globes attendees, including Reese Witherspoon, Gal Gadot and Emma Stone — unveiled itself Monday with full-page newspaper ads.