In honor of Martin Luther King Day, here are 10 notable recent productions of Katori Hall’s oft-produced two-hander.
By American Theatre Editors
Katori Hall’s The Mountaintop, about an imaginary encounter at the Lorraine Hotel on the eve of Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination, has been among the most-performed plays on American stages in the years since its Broadway debut in 2011. Below, in honor of Martin Luther King Day, we round up 10 notable recent productions of the play that bring the late Civil Rights leader to life onstage.
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