Free And LiveStream With Forest Whitaker At The Schomburg In Harlem

February 16, 2016

Forest WhitakerHughie is set in the lobby of a small midtown hotel on the West Side of Manhattan where Erie Smith, a drunken, small-time hustler, is mourning the recent death of the hotel’s night clerk, Hughie. Erie regales the new night clerk with tall tales of his glory days spent with Hughie. Join lead actor Forest Whitaker in his Broadway debut in conversation with director and Tony Award-winner Michael Grandage and other members of the cast and creative team.

Monday, February 22 at 7:00 PM

Watch on livestream or attend free! Register 

Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, 515 Malcolm X Boulevard, New York, NY, 10037, (917) 275-6975

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  1. I looked forward all day to livestream Forrest Whitaker from the Schomburg on Monday 22, at 7pm. First the time for his appearance was pushed forward to 7 from 8pm. Unfortunately at 7pm as I sat anticipating this talk back since I saw the play Hughie on Wednesday 2/17/16; disappointment became blistering. An announcent on my computer indicated this event contrary to prior advertisement would not to streamed.

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