(January 26, 2010) 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. This pre-performance conversation with members of the L.A. Theatre Works Company covers 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.
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