Conclusion to the two-part play Angels in America by Tony Kushner. Perestroika is both more optimistic and fanciful in tone than its predecessor, Millennium Approaches. Louis and Joe's fragile new relationship takes a turn for the worse as Louis discover Joe's connections -- ideologically and otherwise -- to Roy Cohn. Harper begins to heal herself as she realizes that her marriage to Joe was a lie. Hannah (Joe's mother) begins to understand and forgive her son after coming across a sickly Prior. Prior ascends into Heaven and learns that God has abandoned his universe.