Class Act

Unscrubbed theater for the well-groomed Guthrie-goer

Ehrenreich says her best-case scenario for the impact of Nickel and Dimed is for people to "rise up and march on City Hall. But that doesn't happen too often," she admits, moving on to a more realistic hope. "In terms of more affluent people, [I hope] they will just start thinking, start being more aware of all the people who they interact with every day who they tend not to see but who are doing things like feeding them and cleaning up after them and waiting on them. You know, to begin to think of them as people and to be more curious about their situation."

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