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The Meeting at Mount Zion is a dramatic stage play that re-imagines events surrounding the Montgomery Bus Boycott, one of the most significant acts of the Civil Rights Movement. Based on the writings and notes from what became the Montgomery Improvement Association, this is a powerful work that honors the people, places, and ideas that helped turn the tide of segregation on the Montgomery bus lines and eventually in the Nation. Character voices of Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King, Jr., Ralph Abernathy, and E. D. Nixon populate the work to create a beautifully melodic and hauntingly rich fabric of theatrical performance. Filled with moving song, graceful dance, and stirring dialogue, The Meeting at Mount Zion will both impact and inspire audiences from all walks of life. 
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Written by
Charles Everett IV
Stage Play Adaptation
Rev. Dr. Wendy Coleman
Directed by
Dr. Tommie 'Tonea' Stewart