I have seen this play twice and both productions were searing. I heartily recommend the play for an evening that will make you think.
Their father named them Lincoln and Booth—as a joke. Two African-American brothers—left to live life on their own without any parents—learned to survive as street savvy hustlers.
This darkly funny fable about family grievances, racism, deep wounds and healing "vibrates with the clamor of big ideas, audaciously and exuberantly expressed" (The New York Times).
Don't miss your chance to see what M.D. Walton called "one of those plays that changes you."
WHEN: April 24-May 19
WHERE: Everyman Theatre, 315 W. Fayette Street, Baltimore
TICKETS: $38-$60 (depending upon performance date)
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