The Mountaintop by Pulitzer Prize winner, Katori Hall, at Arc Stages beginning October 1.
In its much anticipated sixth season, Pleasantville theater company Arc Stages presents The Mountaintop for their professional company, the Next Stage. The Next Stage focuses on showcasing new, innovative work by a wide variety of exciting and talented writers. It is the third wing of a company that also includes a thriving Educational Stage and Community Stage.
Performances will be held at Arc Stages, located at 147 Wheeler Avenue in Pleasantville NY.
Friday, October 1 at 8pm
Saturday, October 2 at 8pm
Friday, October 8 at 8pm
Saturday, October 9 at 8pm
Friday, October 15 at 8pm
Saturday, October 16 at 8pm
Sunday, October 17 at 2pm
Tickets are $38 for adults, $30 for students, $28 for seniors. To purchase tickets, please visit www.arcstages.org or call 914-747-6206.
The Mountaintop will be directed by Ryan Quinn. Starring: Gabriel Lawrence* & Shavonna Banks*
A gripping re-imagination of events the night before the assassination of the civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. On April 3, 1968, after delivering one of his most memorable speeches, an exhausted Dr. King retires to his room at the Lorraine Motel while a storm rages outside. When a mysterious stranger arrives with some surprising news, King is forced to confront his destiny and his legacy to his people.
About Arc Stages
Arc Stages is a multifaceted arts organization in Pleasantville, New York, which is composed of three theatre companies under one roof.
The Educational Stage: an educational theatre company where students of all ages (youth and adult) can explore the world of theatre through a professional rehearsal process, master classes, outreach and intensive ensemble work.
The Community Stage: a community theatre company for actors, singers and technicians from all walks of life that offers the best in American musicals and dramas.
The Next Stage: a professional theatre company that produces innovative, contemporary theatre as well as new works, cabaret, workshops and staged readings.
These three theatres, all under one roof, strive to better serve the community and its artistic needs.
*member of Actors’ Equity Association