Theater | Topdog/Underdog

Thu, Aug 8, 2019, 8:00 pm

Two black brothers, Lincoln and Booth, try to make a living as a carnival performer and a card hustler. This searing, darkly comedic play, winner of the Pulitzer Prize in Drama, explores what it means to attempt to make a new name for yourself when you can't erase your past.

Performances are scheduled for August 8-11 and August 15-18.

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