Theatre - The Ruby Sunrise
The Ruby Sunrise tells the story of the birth and promise of television through the life of a young woman named Ruby, who in 1927 struggles to realize her dream of inventing and perfecting the first all-electrical television system. Twenty-five years later during the Golden Age of television, her daughter faces similar battles of will and crises of faith as she works to get Ruby’s story told on network TV.
|Dates and Locations:
||November 1, 2005 to December 4, 2005 at the Public Theater, New York
| Audra Blaser
| Patch Darragh
| Jason ButlerHarner
| Marin Ireland
| Richard Masur
| Anne Scurria
| Maggie Siff
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