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re: What Margo Jefferson said about Caroline Or Change reminds us of how different the theater would be if there were Black women critics
Last Edit: jconnors 07:42 am EDT 08/20/19
Posted by: jconnors 07:41 am EDT 08/20/19
In reply to: What Margo Jefferson said about Caroline Or Change reminds us of how different the theater would be if there were Black women critics - workerbee 06:26 am EDT 08/20/19

Disagree. She has not created much of a life for herself except in relation to other people. She gets up. She does to work. She comes home. She takes care of her family. She repeats this daily. And the opening number features her fantasizing about it being different. Caroline's inner life is amplified through her interactions with EVERYONE in the show and amplified through her reflections and conversations with herself.
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