DiscoverThe CBS Mornings PodcastRuben Santiago-Hudson reflects on “Lackawanna Blues,” diversity in theater and August Wilson
Ruben Santiago-Hudson reflects on “Lackawanna Blues,” diversity in theater and August Wilson

Ruben Santiago-Hudson reflects on “Lackawanna Blues,” diversity in theater and August Wilson

Update: 2021-11-10
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Actor, writer and director Ruben Santiago-Hudson discusses his play "Lackawanna Blues" with CBS News contributing correspondent Jamie Wax. He explains how the play, which pays tribute to the woman who raised him - Miss Rachel, has developed over the last twenty-one years. Santiago-Hudson, who says he's in the last chapter of his career, shares his passion for August Wilson and tells Wax whether we are seeing real culture change in the theatre.

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Ruben Santiago-Hudson reflects on “Lackawanna Blues,” diversity in theater and August Wilson

Ruben Santiago-Hudson reflects on “Lackawanna Blues,” diversity in theater and August Wilson