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At Tony Kushner's Angels in America, the interconnection of people and events, that might ordinarily be viewed as unrelated or disconnected, is implicitly introduced in the figures section. Double roles are employed by means of a playwright that's one actor portraying the functions of a couple of personalities, with or without thematic goals. The usage of "dual roles" in many scenes of this play could be viewed as a presentation of Kushner's campaign in keeping the interconnectedness between characters, communities (i.e. queer, heterosexual, AIDS and governmental communities) and occasions to which they are relative. This article may argue that Kushner's use of double role's efficiently interconnects characters, events and their communities that could be viewed as usually unrelated. Evaluation of four particular characters, Antarctica, Oceania, Australia and Europa, in Act Five, Scene Five of "Perestroika", will demonstrate that the connection of each Act Five, Scene Five personality, into the celebrities main character depending on the implicit evidence presented in the celebrities "main" and "secondary" roles, the scenes dialogue and the character interactions. As one will see, by implementing dual roles, Kushner can expand or maintain the concept of a significant character while the actor portrays another personality, keeping the viewer from having to fully renegotiate their understanding between what they physically see of fresh characters and actually make use of the new context to see triumphs and struggles to get a major character. The first dual function that maintains that the interconnectedness of figures is that of "The Angel of Antarctica", played with the performer who also plays Roy. Mostly, the selection of the celebrity of Roy to play with a personality entitled Antarctica appears log...