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Ruben Santiago-Hudson

Ruben Santiago-Hudson appears in the following:

FULL VIDEO | August Wilson Talk Series: Reminiscences

Wednesday, October 09, 2013

Watch on-demand video of our conversation with friends and loved ones of the playwright as they share their personal reminiscences of him, both on and off stage.

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Watch Live: August Wilson's
Jitney

Monday, September 16, 2013

7:00 PM

Watch a live webcast of the sold-out reading. Directed by Ruben Santiago-Hudson and featuring Anthony Chisholm, Amari Cheatom, Stephen McKinley Henderson, Barry Shabaka Henley, Harvy Blanks, Ray Anthony Thomas, Roscoe Ormon, J. Bernard Calloway and Joaquina Kalukango. Part of our historic 10-play recording series, August Wilson's American Century Cycle.

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Watch Live: August Wilson's
Seven Guitars

Friday, September 13, 2013

7:00 PM

Watch a live video webcast of our sold-out reading. Stephen McKinley Henderson directs and performs. Also featuring Ruben Santiago-Hudson, Brenda Pressley, Aunjanue Ellis, Lou Ferguson, Jerome Preston Bates and Cassandra Freeman. Part of our historic 10-play recording series, August Wilson's American Century Cycle.

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Watch Live: August Wilson's
Two Trains Running

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

7:00 PM

Watch a live video webcast of our sold-out reading, directed by Michele Shay and featuring Keith Randolph Smith, Ron Cephas Jones, James A. Williams, Owiso Odera, Anthony Chisholm, Harvy Blanks and Tracie Thoms. Part of our historic 10-play recording series, August Wilson's American Century Cycle.

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Watch Live: August Wilson's Joe Turner's Come and Gone

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

7:00 PM

Watch a live video webcast of our sold-out reading, directed by Phylicia Rashad and featuring S. Epatha Merkerson, Taraji P. Henson, Jason Dirden, Raynor Scheine and more. Part of our historic 10-play recording series, August Wilson's American Century Cycle

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Live Video Webcast: August Wilson's
Ma Rainey's Black Bottom

Monday, August 26, 2013

7:00 PM

August Wilson's celebrated 10-play cycle captures 100 years of African American life during each decade of the 20th century. Join us for an historic series in The Greene Space as an extraordinary cast of actors and directors — many who worked directly with Wilson — gather to make the first-ever recording of all ten plays in August Wilson's American Century Cycle

Watch a live video webcast right here on date of performance.

“The Piano Lesson”

Friday, November 30, 2012

Ruben Santiago-Hudson, director of “The Piano Lesson,” and Brandon Dirden and Roslyn Ruff, who play the leads, discuss the play, the fourth play of August Wilson’s epic Century Cycle. “The Piano Lesson” is a moving drama of family, history, and survival. In Pittsburgh’s Hill District in 1936, the Charles family battle their surroundings and each other over their shared legacy – an antique piano. “The Piano Lesson” is playing at the Irene Diamond Stage at The Pershing Square Signature Center.

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Their Eyes Were Watching God: A Radio Play

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

7:00 PM

Set in the 1920s, Their Eyes Were Watching God is the story of Janie Crawford free-spirited and in search of life and her authentic self as she undertakes an unexpected journey that includes marriages to three different men, challenging the morals and social expectations of the ...

Ruben Santiago-Hudson on "Their Eyes Were Watching God"

Monday, February 27, 2012

Ruben Santiago-Hudson discusses directing and acting in the first ever radio play/production of Zora Neale Hurston’s "Their Eyes Were Watching God,” which commemorates the 75th anniversary of the original publication. It is being performed on February 29 and March 1, at 7 pm, in WNYC’s Greene Space and will be broadcast nationally in September.

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STICK FLY: A Conversation in The Greene Space

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

7:00 PM

The Greene Space welcomed you to the world of STICK FLY, a sharply funny, endlessly surprising new play by Lydia Diamond.