Katori Hall’s masterpiece reimagines Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s last night on earth.
WRITTEN BY | KATORI HALL
DIRECTED BY | PATRICIA MCGREGOR
FEATURING | JON MICHAEL HILL & AMANDA WARREN
A deeply moving, provocative play, marked with magical realism.” – Entertainment Weekly
“The performances…are simply outstanding.” – Hollywood Progressive
“Hill and Warren have amazing chemistry that ignites the stage.” – 2UrbanGirls
It’s April 3, 1968 and Martin Luther King, Jr. returns to the Lorraine Motel after delivering his history-altering “I’ve Been to the Mountaintop” speech. A single night’s reckoning with racism, righteousness, and the rocky path toward justice, The Mountaintop imagines what Dr. King’s last night on Earth could have been.
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