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Martin, Malcolm, and Me
This hit stage play features Dave Hollister, Tony Terry, and JD Lawrence. Nobody ever called Scooter a good kid. They saved that kind of praise for his wide-eyed little brother. That’s why it hurts so bad when it’s the younger brother who is shot down in the street by a police officer—and even worse when the cop is acquitted of all charges. As Scooter decides it’s time to do something about it, the anger leads him to a crossroads: one path leads to violence, but the other path isn’t so clear. Fortunately, he’ll have some help deciding thanks to the appearance of two distinguished gentlemen, who step out of the past to help Scooter come to grips with history and his future. In the end, Martin, Malcolm, and Me presents an unflinching look at the racial politics of America, both past and present, asking how far we’ve come and how far we have yet to go.