He's shocked to imagine his son could become a victim of racial profiling. So in many ways it's Steven Pasquale, making a delayed entrance as Kendra's estranged white husband Scott, who has to move things forward. He acts like someone who's never had more than one conversation with a black person in his life. Peep the grandiosity of that title again. And playwrights have to heavily underline the conflicts they create between a tiny handful of characters trapped in an enclosed space. Critic Soraya Nadia McDonald, in her review of the Broadway production, mused these characters "have been grown in separate petri dishes. Scott is a domineering FBI agent who's carefully nurtured a lifetime of ambitions within his son, from fancy prep school to a projected law enforcement career via West Point.
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