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The Ruby Sunrise (Off-Broadway) Story

In 1927, in a barn on the outskirts of Indianapolis, a young woman named Ruby struggles to realize her dream of inventing and perfecting the first all-electrical television system. Twenty-five years later, in a television studio in Manhattan, her daughter faces similar battles of will and crises of faith as she works to get Ruby's story told as she feels it must be told. In previous productions, The Ruby Sunrise was called "clever and full of heart," by The Portland Phoenix and The Boston Herald said it "has sense of romance and mystery, along with some murkiness and distortion." Read more in our Fall 2005 Off-Broadway Spotlight.
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