In response to white clergy (including a Methodist pastor and bishop) who told him that his bus boycott in Birmingham was too much too quick, Martin Luther King Jr. wrote a modern-day masterpiece epistle from the Birmingham Jail to explain why they were engaging in active non-violent resistance and why it matters. It still matters today. This year’s annual production includes a diverse cast of 12 children and youth along with a choir telling the story of that letter.
Saturday, January 15 & Sunday, January 16
Two shows each day: 2:00PM & 7:00PM
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In Person FREE tickets required:
Seating limited to 100 people per show
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Watch last year’s production directed by Rico Bruce Wade here: