Streamed Performance: Your Blues Ain’t Sweet Like Mine NYC Reviews and Tickets
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About the Show
A reading of Ruben Santiago-Hudson's play that delves deeply into racial divides in America.
Tony-Award winner Ruben Santiago-Hudson updates his 2015 "truth play", "Your Blues Ain’t Sweet Like Mine", featuring the original cast and Glynn Turman.
Judith, a white writer and "truth seeker", has invited Zeke, a black community activist, to her dinner party on the Upper West Side, hoping to learn and write about him. They are joined by Judith's boyfriend Randall, oblivious and unwilling to acknowledge black struggle, and Janeece, a black woman uninterested in the plight of the community. Powerful monologues, conversation, uncomfortable truths, accusation, frustration and near fist fights abound as the evening goes on.