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Jerome Preston Bates and Ruben Santiago-Hudson going over lines for Seven Guitars backstage.
On stage, one of the actors' marked up scripts for August Wilson's Seven Guitars.
Hollis King, set designer for August Wilson's American Century Cycle, and guests take a look at a timeline of milestones in Wilson's life and African-American history.
The cast of The Greene Space's production of August Wilson's Seven Guitars with Executive Producer Indira Etwaroo.
Ruben Santiago-Hudson reading as Canewell in Seven Guitars, the role for which he won a Tony Award in 1996.
Jerome Preston Bates as Floyd Barton in August Wilson's Seven Guitars.
Aunjanue Ellis as Vera in Seven Guitars.
Brenda Pressley as Louise.
Brenda Pressley, Lou Ferguson and Cassandra Freeman recording August Wilson's Seven Guitars live in The Greene Space.
Stephen McKinley Henderson as Red Carter.
The harmonica playing Canewell, played by Ruben Santiago-Hudson.
Lou Ferguson as Hedley.
Aunjanue Ellis as Vera.
The artistic directors of August Wilson's American Century Cycle, side-by-side performing in Seven Guitars: Stephen McKinley Henderson and Ruben Santiago-Hudson.
Jerome Preston Bates as Floyd Barton.
A standing ovation for the cast of August Wilson's Seven Guitars.
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