"The Mountaintop" is a critically acclaimed fictional depiction of Martin Luther King Jr. on the eve of his 1968 assassination. Travelzoo subscribers can catch the Indiana Repertory Theatre's final performances of this "soul-stirring drama" (Variety) and save as much as 60%.
All seats at the OneAmerica Stage are $20 (reg. $25-$55) for these performances:
The play is set entirely in Memphis' Lorraine Motel. Martin Luther King, Jr. has just given his famous "I've Been to the Mountaintop" speech, when an unexpected visit from a maid brings surprising news. The Associated Press calls it "thrilling, wild [and] provocative" and the Daily Telegraph raves that the show is "a beautiful and startling piece."