TopDog - Jason Gelin THEA 199-004 TopDog\/Underdog Critique At first I wasnt really sure how good Topdog\/Underdog was going to be I started to prejudge

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Jason Gelin 03/15/17 THEA 199-004 TopDog/Underdog Critique At first I wasn’t really sure how good Topdog/Underdog was going to be. I started to prejudge the Huntington Theater because I didn’t think it was that big. It was also small in the inside. But I can’t say the same for the stage it was well put together. The set was designed exactly how you would imagined an apartment would be one bedroom with few furniture and one bed. And now imagine the people that was living in there was poor and had no money there was nothing much to see in the apartment except the bed and one single pull out couch and some magazines under the bed. That’s what the play was portraying and the Director Billy Porter did a good job portraying that type of setting. In the start of the first scene the younger brother Booth (Mathew J. Harris) starts off practicing three cards Monte because that was his only way that he could thought of making money was by hustling and stealing. And his brother Lincoln (Tyrone Mitchell Henderson) walk in an Abraham

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