Been to The Mountaintop

Katori Hall’s powerful and controversial play The Mountaintop tells a version of Martin Luther King, Jr’s last night on Earth. Actors Collaborative Toledo brings the show to Glass City audiences with a pair of staged readings on February 15 and 16. Set in the hours after he gave his famous “I’ve Been to the Mountaintop” speech, the play sees King in his motel room as a mysterious woman appears. Inspiring, funny and moving, The Mountaintop puts a human face on an iconic individual. $10 in advance, $12 at the door.

8pm, Saturday, February 15
3pm, Sunday, February 16
Trinity Episcopal Church | 316 Adams St.
419-205-0409 | act419.org

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