H-1 - Assignment: RADIO GOLF Radio Golf may be viewed as a...

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Assignment: RADIO GOLF Radio Golf may be viewed as a racial play, but in its essence there is a deeper meaning based on the implications on development. Rocky Carroll played Harmond Wilks , who at the beginning of the play is seen as a successful developer that is on a mission to improve his neighborhood in a material sort of way by creating an apartment complex, which exudes money instead of community. Wilks is a character that is genuinely trying to improve the community but all the while he does not know that he is about to destroy part of his personal family history. Anthony Chisholm plays Elder Joseph Barlow , who is a staple of the community, turns out to be a relative of Wilks. Because Wilks now has a personal stake in the project, he is becoming conflicted with all of his surroundings. When he finally decides to go visit the house, which is slated for demolition, he realizes the actual value of the house. The inside is what counts here and not the outside, which is a great symbol for what developers, should watch out for in their pursuit of profit. Roosevelt Hicks,
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