Saturday, April 13, 7:30 PM
The Mountaintop by award-winning playwright Katori Hall is a two-person drama about the last day of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The entire play is set in the Lorraine hotel room, the evening before his assassination. King is alone, trying to create yet another powerful speech. When he orders a cup of coffee from room service, a mysterious woman arrives, bringing much more than a late-night beverage. What follows is a reflective, often funny, often touching conversation in which Dr. King examines his achievements, his failures, and his unfinished dreams.
Experience the legacy of one of the most important figures in American history through this captivating production that brings his message of hope and equality to life in a fresh and unforgettable way.
Featuring Ron Chapman as Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King & Sam Jackson as Camay. Co-directed by Aldo Billingslea & Rebecca Novick.
THE 222 is a small intimate venue. All seats are very good and have a clear view of the stage.
Seating for this concert is club style with round tables that seat four people. Seating will be assigned by the date of purchase, so the sooner you buy your tickets the closer you will be within the ticket level you purchase from.
GOLD SEATING – FRONT MIDDLE TABLES
SILVER SEATING – SURROUNDING FRONT TABLES
GENERAL SEATING – REMAINDER
Priority seating available for members.
If you want to be seated with friends, the best thing is to buy the tickets together. If not, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and request to be seated with your friends. After they have their ticket confirmation, just let us know their names.
You will be assigned and escorted to a seat within the level of your purchase.
Start time: 19:30 PST
End time: 21:00 PST
Venue: THE 222
Directions: 222 Healdsburg Avenue, Healdsburg, California