How was your experience?
A powerful piece of theater. A young, black, woman playwright gives us her personal vision of Dr. Martin Luther King's last night before he was assassinated. It's a deeply moving portrait of the man behind the myths, done in a way that makes him even more of a heroic for being human. The 2 actors are wonderful, with that rare chemistry that truly brings the characters to life. It's funny, poignant, informative, and best of all, challenges the audience to keep his dream alive - for all of us. Go! Go! Go! You won't be sorry, and the audiences are a heartwarming mix of diversity.