Although only a reading of a work-in-progress, the show had us singing along during the performance and well into the evening.

By Andrew Andrews

As a reviewer, the best way to celebrate the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday is to attend a performance that highlights the life and achievements of the honoree.

That wasn’t an option for us this year, so we got as close as we could get: a staged reading of a story about a man who fought for civil rights a full century earlier than the Reverend Doctor King.

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Andrew Andrews attended COMMON GROUND at Ripley-Greer Studios Ripley-Greer Studios in New York on Monday, January 21, 2019 @ 7:00pm to write this review.

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