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There are few musical theater heroines more beloved than Audrey. "Suddenly Seymour" is a song about being seen — like "You Matter to Me" in Waitress, its aims are simple and pure. But given how much we've seen Audrey be mistreated, abused, and underestimated, it's a moment of tremendous catharsis.

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There are few musical theater heroines more beloved than Audrey. "Suddenly Seymour" is a song about being seen — like "You Matter to Me" in Waitress, its aims are simple and pure. But given how much we've seen Audrey be mistreated, abused, and underestimated, it's a moment of tremendous catharsis.

The unsung heroines of the food industry dancing actors and tablecloth jugglers playfully captured by @philfisk  #playwithyourfood #weareflock #advertisingphotography #portraitphotography #waitressproblems #waitress

The unsung heroines of the food industry dancing actors and tablecloth jugglers playfully captured by @philfisk #playwithyourfood #weareflock #advertisingphotography #portraitphotography #waitressproblems #waitress

The unsung heroines of the food industry dancing actors and tablecloth jugglers playfully captured by @philfisk  #playwithyourfood #weareflock #advertisingphotography #portraitphotography #waitressproblems #waitress

The unsung heroines of the food industry dancing actors and tablecloth jugglers playfully captured by @philfisk #playwithyourfood #weareflock #advertisingphotography #portraitphotography #waitressproblems #waitress

ST. LOUIS WALK OF FAME: As a child in St. Louis, Josephine Baker rummaged for coal behind Union Station and for food behind Soulard Market. At age 13 she waitressed at the Chauffeurs' Club on Pine Street and danced with a minstrel band. In 1925 she went to Paris with the Revue Nègre. She starred in the Folies-Bergère the next season and became one of France's best-loved entertainers.

ST. LOUIS WALK OF FAME: As a child in St. Louis, Josephine Baker rummaged for coal behind Union Station and for food behind Soulard Market. At age 13 she waitressed at the Chauffeurs' Club on Pine Street and danced with a minstrel band. In 1925 she went to Paris with the Revue Nègre. She starred in the Folies-Bergère the next season and became one of France's best-loved entertainers.

God Bless this precious lady! Heroine waitress of Paris cafe attack recalls the horrific night and her selfless act to comfort victims | Daily Mail Online

Heroine Paris waitress recalls horrific night of attack

God Bless this precious lady! Heroine waitress of Paris cafe attack recalls the horrific night and her selfless act to comfort victims | Daily Mail Online

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