Friday — April 6, 2018
Center for Faith and Life, Main Hall
On April 4, 1968, Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated outside his motel room. Almost exactly 50 years later, L.A. Theatre Works brings it radio-style theatre to Decorah to imagine what may have transpired in that room the night before the assassination. King reveals his hopes, regrets, and fears, creating a masterful bridge between mortality and immortality.
* Tickets are currently available for subscription purchase only.
Center Stage Dinner Series
Feast of flabor from America's heritageStarter: Spinach salad with toasted quinoa, pickled strawberry, carrot, chili-spiced almonds, chedar crisps, and honey-lemon vinaigrette.
Entrée: Cornmeal-dusted chicken breast with peppercorn velout é over smoked pork belly—braised kale and onion and herb-whipped potatoes, or cornmeal-dusted portobello with sundried tomato chutney (V).
Bread: Egg-and-butter rolls. Dessert: Pecan pie with charred peach and sorghum butter