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The actors, directors, executive producer and musicians behind the production.
The Greene Space production team meeting before showtime.
The production featured original music by Bill Sims, Jr.
Putting finishing touches on the stage, designed by Hollis King.
Ruben Santiago-Hudson directed the performance. He also serves as the series Artistic Director.
Ebony Jo-Ann, understudy for both the Broadway debut and its revival, starred as Ma Rainey.
Joniece Abbot-Pratt, who played Dussie Mae, before the show.
Charles Weldon, prepping before his performance as Cutler.
Larry Gilliard, Jr., who played Levee, in the green room.
Tuck Milligan performed in the role of Irvin.
Jonathan Majors, going over pages for the role of Sylvester.
The cast backstage.
"It has been a journey of years to arrive at this night," Executive Producer Indira Etwaroo told the audience before the show.
The cast takes the stage.
Larry Gilliard, Jr. as Levee
Charles Weldon as Cutler
Harvy Blanks (left) as Slow Drag, and Clarke Peters as Toledo
Joniece Abbot-Pratt as Dussie Mae
Ebony Jo-Ann as Ma Rainey
Tuck Milligan as Irvin
Musicians Clark Gayton, Kenny Rampton and Booker King
George Morfogen as Sturdyvant
Lucas Caleb Rooney as the policeman
Jonathan Majors as Sylvester
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