FOR ELEMENTARY THROUGH SECONDARY SCHOOLS Steven performs his one man play to educate young people as to Dr. King’s role and accomplishments in the Civil Rights Movement—a movement that changed the landscape of American society. He uses the platform created by the dramatic interpretation of “I Have a Dream” to inspire young people to dream now, to dream big, and to set goals. He finished each program with an inspirational power point and song.
FOR CHURCHES Steve shares his play with speeches and sermons from Montgomery through Memphis starting with the "Montgomery Bus Boycott Speech" given at Holt Street Baptist Church in 1955. Then moving onto the steps of the Lincolng Memorial and the reflection pool with the "I Have a Dream Speech" given in 1963. The play continues chronicling the life and times of Dr. King, we hear Steven's dramatic interpretation of the sermon, "The Drum Major Instinct". The journey concludes in Memphis, Tennessee with the speech, "Mountain Top". Narrations set the scene for each dramatic interpretation and a power point with Civil Rights music set the tone.
FOR SENIOR CITIZENS Steven performs Dr. King's speeches and sermons with an emphasis on the Civil Rights songs such as "We Shall Overcome," and old spiritual hymns such as "Leaning on the Everlasting Arms," "Walk with Me, LORD," and songs and hymns that are and were an inspiration of hope.
FOR COLLEGES/OTHER Feel free to Contact Us to ask about other groups such as colleges and businesses, as each performance can be altered to have the desired impact.
Books are available at each program. Depending on your event organization, arrangements can be made to purchase prior to your program or they can be sold the day of your event. We can always customize your event as well.