April 3, 1968. The Lorraine Motel,

Memphis, Tennessee.

Outside, a controversial war rages on and Black Power is on the rise.

Inside, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is struggling with the future of the movement, feeling the weight of extraordinary public expectations, haunted by doubt and regret… and stalked by the ever present threat of death.

You know his name, you’ve heard his “Dream”, but who is the MAN in room 306?

Written and Performed by Craig Alan Edwards

Directed by Cheryl Katz

APRIL 3 – MAY 4, 2008


Luna Stage, 695 Bloomfield Avenue, Montclair NJ

973-744-3309 or visit us on the web at


Performances: Thursday 7:30pm

Friday and Saturday 8:00pm; Sunday 2:00pm

Ticket prices: $20 (TH); $25 (FR/SUN); $30 (SA)

Group, Senior and Student Rates Available


Luna Stage is wheelchair accessible. Assistive listening devices and pre-show tours of the performance space for the sight impaired are available upon request. Please call 973-744-3309 for more information.


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