One year after producing the dark, difficult, occasionally brilliant musical Parade, Lincoln Center Theatre presented New York audiences with Marie Christine, another dark, difficult, occasionally brilliant musical. The former, based on actual events, told the tragic story of a Jewish man falsely accused of murdering a young girl in turn-of-the-century Atlanta; ultimately he was lynched by a racist mob. The latter, based on the Greek tragedy Medea, told the story of a black woman in ...

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