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Spelmans Department of Drama and Dance did an excellent job of performing Lorraine Hansberrys A Raisin In the Sun This play tackles several issues such as racism poverty and manhood I feel as though the actors portrayed their characters wonderfully The actors that played small yet comical parts Joseph Asagai and George Murchison added a new humor to their roles However I particularly commend the actors and actresses that played the major roles The Characters of Lena Beneatha Ruth and Walter Lee Younger were played with great success Each of these characters had emotional scenes that reached out to the majority of the audience One of scenes that particularly touched me was when Ruth found out the family was moving She explained how excited she would be to finally get out of their rathole of a home That scene reminded me of how bad housing was for my parents and grandparents I felt the same way when Ruth heard that they werent moving for the first time and she realized that she may have to stay My favorite scene in the play concerns the issue of Walter Lee Youngers manhood When he found out he had lost his familys money and his family was looking down on him I thought this scene is extremely important to all young black males I understood him trying to make important decisions for his family and all decisions are not always correct This scene was even more important because of the fact that all the money was earned from his fathers death insurance money
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