The angels have arrived. Tony Kushner’s epic masterpiece about the AIDS crisis in New York City in the 1980s opened on Sunday at the Neil Simon Theatre. The revival of “Angels in America,” which debuted at the National Theatre in London last year, marks the first time the Pulitzer-Prize-winning play has been on Broadway since the original production opened in 1993. The story unfolds in two parts, “Millenium Approaches” and “Perestroika.” The production, which is directed by Tony winner Marianne Elliott, stars Nathan Lane, Andrew Garfield, Denise Gough, Lee Pace, James McCardle, and more. Go inside the starry celebration at the theater and the afterparty at Espace.