A performance of Suzan-Lori Parks Pulitzer Prize winning two character play and discussion with Adelphi faculty and students following the performance.
“This play reveals the topsy-turvy world in which brothers—Lincoln and Booth—live. A chaotic world that is as dangerous as it is illusory. Abandoned by first one parent and then the other, the brothers have had to depend upon each other for survival since they were teenagers. Now in their thirties, they struggle to make a new life, one that will lead them out of poverty.”
Co-Sponsored by the Theater Department and the Collaboration Project 2009: ICAN Make Change