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‘Trouble in Mind’ Examines Racism in the Theater

The stellar cast of Trouble in Mind.

New York, NY – In 1955, Trouble in Mind author Alice Childress refused to make changes to her play about racism in the theater. Sixty-six years later, the Roundabout Theatre Company has brought this very timely and important show back to Broadway in a moving new production.

Trouble in Mind follows a group of actors who must decide if they will stay with a show they recognize to be inherently racist. Can the actors overcome their egos, the need for work, and do the right thing?  Tony-Award-winner LaChanze stars along with Michael Zegen and Chuck Cooper. Trouble in Mind manages to be quite funny as it tackles issues of racism, identity and ego.  A must see show.   

Trouble in Mind is now playing  at the American Airlines Theatre, located at 227 West 42nd St.

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