Topdog/Underdog is a Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Suzan-Lori Parks. It tells the story of two African American brothers, Lincoln and Booth, who are named after Abraham Lincoln and John Wilkes Booth. The play explores themes of sibling rivalry, identity, and the pursuit of the American Dream. Topdog/Underdog is a thought-provoking and darkly humorous play that delves into the complexities of race, family, and survival in contemporary America.