HISTORY

“I Have A Dream” was first presented on Broadway at the Ambassador Theatre in 1976 with Billy Dee Williams playing the role of Dr. King.  The production was then procured by Dr. Woodie King, Jr. of the New Federal Theatre and the National Black Touring Circuit, Inc. of New York City under the guidance of Herman LeVern Jones, Associate Producer of the National Black Touring Circuit, Inc. and toured to over 125 cities both nationally and internationally including but not limited to Manchester and Birmingham, England, Luxembourg, New York City, Dallas, Philadelphia, Washington, DC, and in Winston Salem, North Carolina at the first National Black Theatre Festival in 1989. The production was also seen in Indianapolis in 1990 and Atlanta, Georgia in 2012 at Life University to rave reviews and packed houses.

 

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