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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The Return of Sgt. McKinney

I have been summoned once again to man Company I of the 24th Infantry, as Dunbar Repertory Company presents Camp Logan as their Black History Month production. Celeste Bedford Walker's story of an all Black unit stationed in Houston in 1917 and the locals that made life difficult for them comes to the Middletown Arts Center for a two weekend run Feb 21st to Mar 1st. Fridays and Saturdays at 8p, Sundays at 4p. You can reserve tickets now by calling their box office: 732-706-4100

Tony White, 1973-2020

He was the Wilkie to my Waters in my first ever theatre production. Being the rookie of the bunch (fellow castmate Richard Bird still refuses to believe that) I was blessed to be surrounded by talent that guided my process. Before Jared Kelner told me "acting is not reading, acting is doing" this crew showed me. Working directly with Tony, I learned not only how to do my job, but how to compliment my fellow actors on stage. A good friend, a true professional, and an awesome talent... gone way too fucking soon. Rest in Power, Tony White. The stage will miss you.

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