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    Topdog/Underdog Tickets

    A Pulitzer-winning story of brotherhood

    Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece Topdog/Underdog returns to Broadway on its 20th anniversary, with Tony Award nominee Corey Hawkins starring as one of two brothers coming to terms with their past.

    This dark but humorous story follows brothers Lincoln and Booth - named as a joke by their father. The pair are linked not only by blood, but by an obsession with street con game “three-card monte”. As the game and their lives unfold, Booth and Lincoln must confront the ghosts and true nature of their pasts.

    Suzan-Lori Parks’ Topdog/Underdog play is a Pulitzer Prize-winning work which first opened on Broadway in 2002. This anticipated revival is directed by Tony Award winner Kenny Leon (A Soldier’s Play; American Son).

    The Topdog/Underdog Broadway cast includes Tony Award nominee Corey Hawkins (Straight Outta Compton; Six Degrees of Separation) and Emmy Award winner Yahya Abdul-Mateen II (Watchmen) as Lincoln and Booth.

    Still as powerful now as it was in the early 2000s, book Topdog/Underdog tickets for performances at the Golden Theatre.

    Performance dates: 16 Nov 2022 - 15 Jan 2023

    Running time: 2 hours 20 minutes (including an intermission)

    Age recommendation: Best for age 12+. Under 4s not permitted.

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    Latest Audience Reviews

    This show was fantastic. It’s the story of two Black, stricken brothers trying to claw through li... More

    elizabetht40 22 Nov 2022

    This show was fantastic. It’s the story of two Black, stricken brothers trying to claw through life when all they have is eachother and it’s not enough. The two person cast gave it a strong sense of intimacy. Not a musical, there is one song that one of the characters sings. It’s not an emotional rollercoaster but a steady mine cart of feelings that starts off already in the mine shaft and ventures deeper down to where the creatures in the dark inhabit. I knew how the play goes ahead of time because I’m a fan of spoilers, but it still held me too tightly at the end and squeezed my breath away. I have siblings and strongly related to the mix of competition, envy, hero worship, resentment, and dedication that the characters displayed toward eachother.

    elizabetht40 22 Nov 2022

    The story slowly reveals itself in layers, really drawing you in as you discover the brothers’ tr... More

    ilvinnieves 16 Oct 2022

    The story slowly reveals itself in layers, really drawing you in as you discover the brothers’ trauma. The script by Susan-Lori Parks is brilliant and the direction by Kenny Leon is exquisite. The performances by Corey Hawkins and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II are absolutely incredible.

    ilvinnieves 16 Oct 2022

    There is a reason that this is a Pulitzer Prize winner and considered by the NY TIMES as the best... More

    josephm19 19 Dec 2022

    There is a reason that this is a Pulitzer Prize winner and considered by the NY TIMES as the best work since ANGELS IN AMERICA

    josephm19 19 Dec 2022
    arianas2 12 Dec 2022
    katieb38 15 Jan 2023
    skw0007 14 Jan 2023
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