Main Street Theater presents RFK: A Portrait of Robert F. Kennedy
By late summer, 1964, Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy was a deeply wounded man. Still in shock and consumed with grief and guilt over the assassination of his older brother, he was at a critical juncture in his life. The 1964 presidential election was approaching, and President Johnson, who had been dangling the possibility of the vice-presidency to RFK, finally called Kennedy over to the White House to inform him of his decision. The result of that meeting and the subsequent direction for the next, and last, four years of his life are the focus of RFK: A Portrait of Robert Kennedy.
Houston favorite Joel Sandel reprises the role of Bobby Kennedy in this powerful and timely solo production. RFK takes the audience on an exploration of Kennedy’s professional life and all its highs and lows.
The production will be available to stream anytime between October 15-25. Viewers will receive a link to ShowTIX4U.com and an access code to watch their video. The 48 hour watch period begins after entering the access code, which can only be used on one device at a time.