JFK: The Last Speech
JFK The Last Speech explores the dramatic relationship between two seminal Americans—President John F. Kennedy and the poet Robert Frost—which reached its tragic climax in a surprising encounter with Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev at the height of the Cold War.
Born out of these events is Kennedy’s remarkable speech about poetry and power, which alters the life course of a group of Amherst college classmates who witness this compelling address and continue to exemplify in their contemporary lives a portrait of the challenges facing America.
Presented by Indian River Home Care
- Friday, 10:00AM at Vero Beach Museum of Art
- Saturday, 2:00PM at Vero Heritage Center
Director: Bestor Cram