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A moving interpretation of Martin Luther King Jr.'s final night.


On the evening of April 3, 1968, after delivering his speech "I've Been to the Mountaintop," the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. retires to room 306 of the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee. The next day, he would be assassinated. In this moving production by playwright Katori Hall, Dr. King's final hours are re-imagined as he confronts his destiny and legacy as a leading figure in the Civil Rights Movement.


Please note: Babes in arms or children under the age of four (4) are not permitted in the theatre;
no admittance without a ticket. 

 


 

Pay What You Can

Neptune Theatre is pleased to offer a "pay what you can" performance for each of its productions (usually the first Tuesday of each production; please see here for exact dates).

Pay What You Can performances are not available for purchase online and there are no advanced ticket sales available. (Performances are listed online as a reminder of the PWYC performance dates.)

Doors open to the Theatre 30 minutes before the start of the performance and seating is on a 'first-come, first-served' basis, so you are advised to arrive early to get the best seating possible. Suggested PWYC donation $5.00. Cash only. Many of our 'PWYC' performances are very popular and the line-ups start early, so please make sure to plan ahead!