Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Final Night in The Mountaintop
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The last date listed for The Mountaintop was Friday November 22, 2013 / 8:00pm.
Had dinner at The District at the Sheraton across the street. We ate at the bar and had a date/bacon appetizer a Yuma date wrapped around bacon - we also had a pork shank and duck confit entrees both were exquisitely done and the prices were more than reasonable. Loved the service at the bar. Glad we had a great meal because the play was terribleVanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike dining • Oct 20 2014 star this tip starred
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Tom M.
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An excellent production! The story line was intriguing and kept one's interest. Although the subject of the play was serious, it was full of humorous moments. James T. Alfred and Erika LaVonn gave incredible performances. The creative team was very diligent in creating a 1960's atmosphere and the thunderstorm was really amazing.
There was not an intermission or the flow would have been disrupted.
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The play was powerful and interesting. I had expected it to be more soulful or emotional, but it felt more intellectual. The actors used Southern accents, appropriate to their characters, which sometimes made it hard to understand what they were...continued
Written by Katori Hall
Directed by Lou Bellamy
This show contains mature language.
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