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CAROLINE, OR CHANGE BROADWAY REVIEWS
Opening Night: May 2, 2004
Synopsis: A sung-though musical engaging in racial and social issues in Louisiana in 1963 during the height of the American Civil Rights movement. It is about Caroline is a 39-year-old black woman, who works as a maid in a white Jewish household in Louisiana in 1963. She is persuaded to take the change left in the young white boy’s discarded trouser pocket, but this has tumultuous consequences.
NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW:
"Fantasies of life behind the scenes of Broadway musicals don't usually include a director's exclaiming in rehearsals to his leading lady: ''C'mon baby, give me weary. Sell those tired bones of yours.'' But watching Tonya Pinkins's performance in Tony Kushner and Jeanine Tesori's ''Caroline, or Change,'' which opened last night at the Eugene O'Neill Theater, you may find your mind wandering into just such speculation.
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