Arthur Gregory Pugh

"The talent of success is nothing more than doing what you can do well, and doing well whatever you do without thought of fame. If it comes at all it will come because it is deserved, not because it is sought after."

- Henry Wadsworth Longfellow


Actor, New York City Tri-State Area

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Guess Who's Coming to Somerset?

Thought provoking and still timely... how far have we come in the fifty years since the film's original release in 1967? The Villagers Theatre & Cultural Arts Center presents Guess Who's Coming to Dinner. This classic has only been done in stage form eight times, and will be making its New Jersey debut. I will be playing the role of John Prentice Sr. (Sidney Poitier's father for those keeping score at home) Directed by Diane L. Parker. This nine show run will take place from March 23rd to April 15th at the Villagers Theatre in Somerset, NJ. Fridays and Saturdays at 8p, Sundays at 2p. THERE ARE NO SHOWS EASTER WEEKEND (MAR 30 - APR 1) Tickets are on sale now at

Ain't Nuthin' But A Paaartaaaay!!!

After opening 2017 with an impactful message (Breathless), I was able to close it with some impactful music. I was honored with the reigns of emcee as Memories of Motown rocked the Villagers Theatre for two shows on New Year's Eve. Director Diane L. Parker assembled some extraordinary talent from the singers (even having to pull in Sherese Bulluck from her duties as stage manager as a last minute replacement), to the musicians, right down to spoken word artist Lionel M. Macauley, who kicked off the festivities with a spellbound retrospective of the label's history. The All-Star band of Bruce Cummings on bass, drummer Jo Lucci, keyboardists Paul Chung and Larry Greenberg (from the R&B classic

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