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The Mountaintop @ Portland Center Stage

April 4, 1968. Memphis. The Lorraine Motel. A time and place burned into the American psyche. But what about April 3? How did Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. spend his last night on Earth? Playwright Katori Hall creates a surrealistic fantasy in this breakout Broadway hit about a chance encounter between King and a mysterious hotel maid who brings him a cup of coffee and prompts him to confront his life, his legacy and the plight and future of his people.

Portland Center Stage and The Urban League of Portland’s Young Professionals present a panel of young Portland voices offering insight into the continuing evolution of the Civil Rights Movement. Join us immediately following the 2 p.m. matinee of Katori Hall’s The Mountaintop for a look at the movement today and aspirations for tomorrow.

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  • Vince W.

    There are very few tickets left, they just popped up on the Portland Center Stage site for some reason. I am buying mine now and will see everyone there. Who is staying for the 330pm diversity talk back session?

    October 20, 2013

  • Vince W.

    I have no bought my tickets, I just saw the notification. I would still like to go. I just checked and 730pm on that day is available

    October 11, 2013

  • Gregory I.

    Well, I did again forgot to buy my ticket when I read about this. As of today there is no 2pm showing. If there's other folks who did the same and still want to go, hit me up. Thanks

    October 11, 2013

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