Ron Rudaitis has produced numerous Living Legacy documentary projects, which are designed to capture the essence of an individual's life story or an institution's history and deliver it in a professional, broadcast quality DVD. Living Legacy Highlights:
- The cornerstone of Ron Rudaitis's Living Legacy documentary work is Meet Mr. Miracle-Gro: The Horace Hagedorn Story, which had its premiere screening on August 10, 2004 at Hofstra University's John Cranford Adams playhouse, where it played to a packed house of over 1100 people. The program later had its broadcast television premiere on December 7, 2004 on WLIW21 New York Public Television, and went on to win Best Short Film -Video in the 2005 Long Island International Film Expo and was nominated for a 2006 New York Emmy® for Outstanding Historical/Cultural Programming -- Single Program or Special. Meet Mr. Miracle-Gro was also re-edited as a special DVD insert for Nursery Retailer Magazine where it was distributed to over 30,000 industry subscribers.
- In 2007, Ron Rudaitis produced Beyond Books: The Middle Country Public Library, a video documentary celebrating the legacy and achievements of this progressive, nationally recognized institution on its 50th anniversary.
- In 2011, Ron Rudaitis produced "I Could Write A Book: The Beverly Fite Story," a feature-length documentary celebrating the life and career of a truly inspiring American voice. Beverly Fite (known to many simply as "B") began her Broadway career as a dancer in the original Broadway stage production of Oklahoma! and she performed the role of Linda English in the original 1950 Columbia album "Pal Joey," singing the well known Rodgers and Hart classic "I Could Write A Book."