NEW YORK — Tony Award winner Ruben Santiago-Hudson is at the forefront of fighting to make the American theater a more equitable place.
“This cannot be a moment. It has to be a movement. It has to have a continuum for it to have a real effect for generations to feel the effect of what we’re doing right now,” enthused Santiago-Hudson.
He’s making history by reopening Manhattan Theater Club’s Broadway home with his autobiographical play “Lackawanna Blues”. It’s a show that celebrates the woman who raised him: Miss Rachel, affectionately known as Nanny. In addition to being the writer, director, and performer of the production he’s also now serving as an
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