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Senior Patrick Hercamp re-enacts the assassination of "Abraham Lincoln," played by McCray, in Ford's Theatre dressed as John Wilkes Booth. The play is told from the perspective of McCray's character "Foundling Father," and explores the question 'Can black identity ever truly be formed when it is constructed upon white history?' Chris Pickrell

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Senior Patrick Hercamp re-enacts the assassination of "Abraham Lincoln," played by McCray, in Ford's Theatre dressed as John Wilkes Booth. The play is told from the perspective of McCray's character "Foundling Father," and explores the question 'Can black identity ever truly be formed when it is constructed upon white history?'

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