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Trouble In Mind Original Cast
LaChanze as Wiletta
Michael Zegen as Al Manners
Chuck Cooper as Sheldon Forrester
Danielle Campbell as Judy Sears
Jessica Frances Dukes as Millie Davis
Brandon Micheal Hall as John Nevins
Simon Jones as Henry
Alex Mickiewicz as Eddie Fenton
Don Stephenson as Bill O’Wray
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“Trouble in Mind” is a play by Alice Childress in 1955. It is one of the first plays by an African-American woman to be produced professionally. The play explores themes of racism and identity and African-American actors’ difficulties in the entertainment industry during the 1950s.
The play is set in a Broadway theater during rehearsals for a new play about racism in America. The lead character, Wiletta Mayer, is a talented African-American actress who has struggled to find work in the theater industry due to racial discrimination. The play follows Wiletta and her fellow actors as they rehearse the new play, navigating issues of racial identity, power dynamics, and artistic integrity.
As the rehearsals progress, tensions arise between the actors and the white director of the play, who seems more interested in creating a feel-good story about racial harmony than in addressing the real issues facing African-Americans. Wiletta, who initially tries to go along with the director’s vision, eventually reaches a breaking point and speaks out against the stereotypes and prejudices perpetuated by the play.
“Trouble in Mind” is a groundbreaking play that challenged the racial and gender stereotypes prevalent in the entertainment industry during the 1950s. It continues to be studied and performed today as a powerful exploration of the intersection of race, identity, and art.