Monday, January 20, 27, February 10, 2020

This is a multimedia, theatrical reenactment that depicts the day, over sixty years ago, when Dr. King was nearly stabbed to death on September 20, 1958 at a book signing on 125th Street in the heart of Harlem. He was rushed to Harlem Hospital where a team of gifted doctors worked diligently to save his life.

When it was learned that the assailant was a black women, everyone pondered the same question...why?

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An annual tradition celebrating Brotherhood:


Presented by

The National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene

With the participation for the first time with Oscar- and Grammy-nominated

IMPACT Repertory Theatre

Introductory remarks by NYC Council Member Robert E. Cornegy, Jr., and Rabbi Joseph Potasnik, Executive Vice President of The New York Board of Rabbis Returns Off Broadway For One Performance on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day weekend to celebrate the music and shared experiences of the African American and Jewish communities:

Sunday, January 19 at 2pm

at the Museum of Jewish Heritage—A Living Memorial to the Holocaust

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In a world that has never truly atoned for the sins of slavery, enters TRUBONE, a man of an indeterminate age…a gifted storyteller, profound and irreverent, he tells it like it is because it was what it was!

He takes you on a journey from the slave ship to the auction block, from the sun-drenched cotton fields of the Deep South to the bloody battlefields of the Civil War and World War I.

Are these the rantings of a delusional old man? Or the inspired recollections of a man preserved by time to rewrite history without pause or apology!

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