Actor John Ivey portrays King in playwright Ira Knight’s “Martin Luther King, an Interpretation,” his one-man show about the human side of the civil rights icon, has its final performance in a six-month residency at Carrboro’s ArtsCenter Saturday.
Actor John Ivey portrays King in playwright Ira Knight’s “Martin Luther King, an Interpretation,” his one-man show about the human side of the civil rights icon, has its final performance in a six-month residency at Carrboro’s ArtsCenter Saturday. Alicia Stemper
Actor John Ivey portrays King in playwright Ira Knight’s “Martin Luther King, an Interpretation,” his one-man show about the human side of the civil rights icon, has its final performance in a six-month residency at Carrboro’s ArtsCenter Saturday. Alicia Stemper

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