Apr 25, 2013 to Jun 2, 2013
It's April 3,1968 at Memphis' Lorraine Motel the night before Martin Luther King, Jr. would be assassinated. In room 306 King prepares his speech for the coming day, as a thunderstorm rages outside. Chain smoking Pall Malls and thundering to himself "America, you are too ARROGANT!" he is startled by the mysterious Camae, a motel maid who shows up dripping wet on his doorstep. As they strike up a conversation, sharing cigarettes and laughter, King begins to suspect that her purpose there may not be what it seems. This inspiring drama brings one of America's freshest dramatic voices to the Network stage. Starring Brian Marable as Dr. King and Carollette Phillips as Camae. Directed by Carla Milarch.
April 25 - June 2, 2013 at the Performance Network Theatre in Ann Arbor, MI. Thursdays @ 7:30pm, Fridays - Saturdays @ 8pm, Saturday matinees @ 3pm, Sundays @ 2pm. Tickets are $27-41. Go to www.performancenetwork.org for more information.
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