February 7 - 9

Born in the late Twenties, Martin Luther King Jr.

became synonymous with the civil rights movement. His

dream of addressing inequality through non-violent means shaped a generation. But where did that dream begin? This

is the story of growing up in the Jim Crow south, attending Morehouse College at the age of 15 and how Martin

Luther King Jr's early years shaped that dream.

Youtheatre premieres this moving story,

the latest in our series about children

who've made a difference

in the world.

Linda L. Ruffolo

Young Heroes of Conscience Series 

Building 

the Dream:

MLK Jr.

World Premiere of

Written By: Gregory Stieber & Todd Espeland   |  Directed By: Gregory Stieber 

SCHOOL SHOWS:
SHOWS:
SENSORY FRIENDLY SHOWS:
TICKETS:
AUDITIONS:

February 9 @ 4:30pm

Touch Tour @ 4pm

Embassy Theatre

February 10 @ 10am

(School Tickets - $7)

February 7 @ 7pm

February 8 @ 2 & 4pm

February 9 @ 2pm

$ 18 - Adults

$ 12 - Seniors & Children

        (18 & younger)

$ 12 - Group Rate (10+)

December 9 & 10

Time: from 4 - 6pm

Location: Arts United Center

Ages 8 - 18

To purchase tickets: contact the Box Office (260) 422-4226

Parkview Physicians Group ArtsLab at Arts Campus Fort Wayne

Box Office:

260-422-4226

tickets.artstix.org

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303 E. Main St.

Fort Wayne, IN 46802

Youtheatre Office:

260-422-6900

info@fortwayneyoutheatre.org

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303 E. Main St.

Fort Wayne, IN 46802

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