On April 3, 1968, a rainy night in Memphis, Tennessee, in a dingy hotel, there was a man working on a speech. This man had missed birthdays and anniversaries in pursuit of his dream. He was a man who didn’t want to be a martyr.
The Mountaintop is a fictional retelling of how Martin Luther King Jr. spent his last night on earth before his tragic assassination. This 90 minute play shows the audience a different side of Martin Lither King Jr. – a man who is tired, flawed and – despite everything – an inspiration.
“The Mountaintop, written by playwright Katori Hall, is a play that digs into the hearts of the audience and engages them on deep emotional levels.” – The New York Times
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