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A food derived from pigs which is popular in the southern US

chitterlings

cross-sectional rings of the large intestine of the pig; usually deepfried quickly to a crackling, crisp delicacy.
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In contrast, Cocoa's nostalgia engages in the active reconstruction of memory suggested by hooks in "The Chitlin Circuit," allowing her to redefine notions of black female domesticity and to construct the "homeplace" as a "site of resistance.
It was shot in a cavernous auditorium in Charlotte, North Carolina, one of those southern cities that used to be a stop on the chitlin circuit.
And he drops Jeff Brown (Clifton Brown), the manager who came up with him on the Chitlin Circuit, when he thinks he's being cheated and summarily replaces him with the sophisticated and efficient Joe Adams (Harry Lennix).
Equally at home on the chitlin circuit of the Jim Crow South and in swishy East Coast supper clubs, the ``Queen of the Blues'' was the first African-American female to achieve crossover success with white audiences.
He drives and repairs his three buses as he roams the chitlin circuit he has been performing on since he left Chicago and its pure blues in the late 1960s.
references in his 1997 New Yorker article entitled "The Chitlin Circuit" are a different branch of theater-making, which produces a different kind of "art" through a different system of public delivery; these enterprises should not be confused with long-term institutional resident theaters rooted in specific communities.
Thereafter, serious drama would wait some eighty years, during which time minstrelsy, early musicals, and the beginnings of the Chitlin Circuit(3) would occupy the American and community stages.
And he reacted similarly when Brustein brought up a recent New Yorker article by Gates on the commercial black theatre known as "the Chitlin Circuit.
I'm convinced that if black theater people got off their elitist pedestal and did some marketing along the lines of the chitlin circuit, they'd get an audience," he says.
To use a metaphor, unlike the folks playing Carnegie Hall to standing ovations, attracting audiences who want to hear what the speaker has to say, Dyson is willing to write for the chitlin circuit, where hisses, boos and "Nigger, please