Theater review: 'I Have a Dream' :
“I Have a Dream” is a compelling dramatization of the life and times of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
Mike Brown projected a genuine enjoyment in his role as King.
Jim Bynum, however, was the most animated, in his multiple roles as King’s friends and mentors A. Philip Randolph and Ralph Abernathy, and as his father, Daddy King, whose insistence that his son would grow up to be a preacher became something of a running joke.
Jessi Johnson made a lovely, soft-spoken Coretta Scott King, as well as other female characters, including King’s mother and teacher and Rosa Parks.
Also exercising their versatility were Adrian Grantz and Lucas Hall, who rounded out the cast by playing all the white charactershttp://www.richmond.com/entertainment/arts-theater/article_0927bba2-2c52-50e0-82bd-b155078fda1f.html