RFK: The Journey to Justice, a new play co-commissioned by Stanford Lively Arts for the acclaimed radio theater company, L.A. Theatre Works, chronicles the transformation of Robert F. Kennedy from initial indifference and ambivalence toward Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement to his role as a crusader and champion for social justice. During this pre-performance conversation with members of the L.A. Theatre Works Company, we will look at this behind-the-scenes story of a high-stakes political drama that dared the country and its citizens to look into the mirror and change.
L.A. Theatre Works will
perform RFK: A Journey to Justice at
Stanford's Dinkelspiel Auditorium on Wednesday,
January 27 at 8:00pm. Learn more about this
performance by going here.
L.A. Theatre Works
Founded in 1974, the mission of L.A. Theatre Works (LATW) is to enrich the cultural life of our national community through the use of innovative technologies to produce and preserve significant works of dramatic literature on audio, and to assure the widest public access to these great works. L.A. Theatre Works productions feature a first-rate cast and live sound effects that are recorded live for radio broadcast, as in the “Golden Age of Radio.”
Clarence B. Jones is the former personal counsel, advisor, draft speech writer and close friend of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. He is a Scholar in Residence at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Institute at Stanford University and author of What Would Martin Say?