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9 to 5 and Women in the Workplace Today

9 to 5 and Women in the Workplace Today

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Emily Li, Arts and Entertainment Editor
January 28, 2018

After months of hard work, the Berkeley Carroll  theater team put on their production of the musical 9 to 5. 9 to 5 was released in 1980 and tells the story of three female secretaries, Violet, Doralee, and Judy, that are undervalued and mistreated by their misogynistic boss, Mr. Hart. One day they seek revenge and kidnap him, taking it upon themselves to improve their workplace. For those of you who missed the musical, it was both provoking and humorous in the way the women were treated and acted in the workplace. The actors fully embodied their characters, making the audience laugh out loud at...

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