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RFK: The Journey to Justice | [Murray Horwitz, Jonathan Estrin]

RFK: The Journey to Justice

A behind-the-scenes story of a high-stakes political drama that dared the country and its citizens to look into the mirror - and change. Robert Kennedy had an early mistrust of Dr. Martin Luther King and his tactics, but became one of the civil rights movement’s greatest champions.
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A behind-the-scenes story of a high-stakes political drama that dared the country and its citizens to look into the mirror - and change. Robert Kennedy had an early mistrust of Dr. Martin Luther King and his tactics, but became one of the civil rights movement’s greatest champions. Through Kennedy’s transformative experience, the victories and defeats of an era are retold for a new generation.

An L.A. Theatre Works full cast performance featuring (in alphabetical order): Michael Leydon Campbell as Burke Marshall, Others; Philip Casnoff as John F Kennedy (JFK), Others; Henry Clarke as Robert F Kennedy (RFK); Kyle Colerider-Krugh as Byron White, Others; Kevin Daniels as Martin Luther King, Jr. (MLK); Ross Hellwig as Harris Wofford, Others; Thomas Vincent Kelly as John Seigenthaler, Others; Sheilynn Wactor as Coretta Scott King, Others; and John Wesley as Louis Martin, Others. Directed by John Rubinstein. Recorded before a live audience at the Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles, in March 2010.

©2011 L.A. Theatre Works (P)2011 L.A. Theatre Works

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