Written by: Katori Hall
Directed by: Colette Robert


April 3, 1968. In a drab room at the Lorraine Motel, an exhausted Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. wants two things; a cup of coffee and a cigarette. What he gets instead is Camae, a brash, irreverent maid on a mission of her own. Their banter quickly turns into something more mysterious and profound, forcing Dr. King to confront his legacy as a leader and a man. Winner of London’s 2010 Olivier Award.

“A beautiful and startling piece… magical, spiritual and touching.”The Daily Telegraph

Performances are August 18 – 28, 2016.
Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 8 pm. Thursday, Friday, and Sunday at 2 pm.

Talkbacks follow our Thursday 2pm and Saturday 8pm shows.
Cast Conversations follow our Friday 2pm shows.
Panel Discussion follows our Sunday, August 21, 2pm show.

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2016 Show Images provided by Rob Kimmel Design


King – Jordan Mahome*

CamaeShelley Fort*

*Denotes member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States


Playwright: Katori Hall

Director: Colette Robert

Assistant Director: Rebecca O’Leary

Set Designer: Travis George

Costume Designer: Heather Aulenback

Lighting Designer: Lara Dubin

Sound Designer: Tom Shread

Props: Brittany Federici

Stage Manager: Allyson Namishia*