Suzan-Lori Parks: There are two brothers in the play.  It’s a two-hander. Two brothers, Lincoln and Booth, African American men,  in their 30s, kind of, and one is a booster, meaning he goes out and steals things.  What do you call it?  Shoplifts things, putting them under his coat and whatnot. And the other gentleman works as an Abraham Lincoln impersonator in an arcade where people come in and shoot him. It’s complicated. So he works as a Lincoln impersonator, but he used to throw cards, meaning he used to do three-card monte, like the shell game, but with playing cards.  He used to throw cards on the street, and he was the best that ever lived. He felt one day that that was going to be his death, so he swore to never touch the cards again.