Invisible Man Media Gallery

Video

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  • Basic Black: Invisible Man Comes To The Stage

    From WGBH: Basic Black welcomes actor Teagle F. Bougere to the studio for a conversation on the themes raised in the play Invisible Man. Also featuring Latoyia Edwards, Phillip Martin, senior reporter, Kim McLarin, and Barbara Lewis.

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  • What Audiences Are Saying About Invisible Man at the Huntington

    Hear what audiences are saying about the stage adaptation of Ralph Ellison's powerful American classic Invisible Man, and get a sneak peek at exclusive video of the production's stunning visuals.

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  • I Am An Invisible Man

    Come behind the scenes of Invisible Man at the Huntington and learn more about the adaptation of Ralph Ellison's powerful American classic in this exclusive interview with adaptor Oren Jacoby, director Christopher McElroen, and "Invisible Man" himself, Teagle F. Bougere.

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  • All Of The Lights

    A quick tour of all 1,369 lightbulbs on the set of Invisible Man.

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  • Peter DuBois on Invisible Man

    "I am an invisible man." Huntington Artistic Director Peter DuBois discusses Oren Jacoby's stage adaptation of Ralph Ellison's powerful American classic Invisible Man.

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  • An Interview with Ralph Ellison

    Watch an interview with Invisible Man author Ralph Ellison from the Oklahoma Historical Society.

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  • Scenes from Invisible Man

    Watch scenes from the world premiere production of Invisible Man at the Court Theatre, featuring Teagle F. Bourege.

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  • Invisible Man Production Photos

    Photo credit: Astrid Reiken.

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Audio

  • Invisible Man on RadioBoston

    RadioBoston host Meghna Chakrabarti speak with Invisible Man director Christopher McElroen about the process of bringing this landmark adaptation to the stage.

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  • "(What did I Do to be so) Black and Blue"

    Hear a recording of Louis Armstrong performing Fats Waller’s "(What Did I Do To Be So) Black and Blue."

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  • Racial Issues, Far From Invisible On D.C. Stage

    From NPR about the challenges and ambitions of adapting Ralph Ellison's seminal work for the stage. Featuring interviews with adaptor Oren Jacoby, director Christopher McElroen, and actor Teagle F. Bougere.

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