Dream of a King : What is Martin Luther King Jnr’s legacy? Are the things that Martin was fighting for right up to his death still relevant today in 2018?
This is a specially edited 15 minute performance of Dream of a King is an hour long, one man play about Martin Luther King Jnr written & performed by Christopher Tajah. For the ‘Thursday Conversation’ Christopher will perform a specially 15 edit of the play. It explores some of the issues surrounding Martin just before his assignation in 1968, so that we can try to better understand and gain insight into the man behind the icon.
The setting: It is 3rd April 1968. We are in Martin’s Motel room, room 306 on the 2nd floor at the Lorraine Motel,
Christopher is an Actor/Writer who lives in London. He has written comedy, poetry & plays. His Acting credits
include: Bottom in Mid Summer Nights Dream, Fabian in Twelfth Night, Banks in American Clock, Redevelopment, Fish & Chips Twice, Reality Chokes, Six Characters in Search of An Author, Cold Calling, Joe Turner’s Come and Gone, Ragamuffin, Invisible, Time of Fire, The Dreamer, Your Nation Loves You, BBC One’s Doctors, The Unfathomable Mr Jones, The Rizen, MLE, The Consequence of Reliving, Bold, Sean, Shore, Life Classes, Whatever Happened To Pete Blaggit, The Dutchman, Echoes of War, Dad For A Dad, SE1 Evans Baby, Being Gordon Greenidge, God The Untold Story, The Other, The Watchers and he will shortly be seen playing DCI Larry Frame in Red Call (Film 2018)
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