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Mark Reid (l) as Lincoln and Aaron Bell as Booth were slated to star in the two-actor Pulitzer Prize winning production "Top Dog/Underdog" in a drama that deals with the issue of sibling rivalry. Mr. Reid, a community actor not enrolled at DSU, was injured in an accident at his home, forcing the play to be postponed the night before its opening night. The play has been rescheduled for Nov. 13.

  Top Dog/Underdog Dramatic Play POSTPONED


October 9, 2009


The Oct. 15-16 performance of the Suzan-Lori Parks’ Pulitzer Prize winning drama Top Dog/Underdog at DSU has been postponed due to an off-campus accident that injured one of the performers of the two-actor drama.
The play will be rescheduled to place in a 7:30 p.m. performance on Friday, Nov. 13 in the Education and Humanities Theatre on campus. It will be free and open to the public.
Community actor Mark Reid, a non-student, suffered a serious but non-life threatening injury in his home on Oct. 14. He was to have played the role of Lincoln opposite Aaron Bell, a DSU student-actor, who was to have portrayed the role of his brother Booth.