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Ultimately, the play is about change, the kind of change that has confronted Springfield's Jewish community, First Church in Court Square and many other older institutions, neighborhoods, inner cities ... How do we let go? Should we let go? What happens to the people connected to these places? Surely, I don't have a snappy answer, just an interesting—I hope--way of raising the questions.
leads directly to what we call the Pounding and Cutting Room. In there the rough fudge gets tipped out of the wagons into the mouth of a huge machine. The machine then pounds it against the floor until it is all nice and smooth and thin. After that, a whole lot of knives come down and go chop chop chop, cutting it up into neat little squares, ready for the shops.
All the way up the sides of the mountain, hundreds of men were working away with picks and drills, hacking great hunks of fudge out of the mountainside... As the huge hunks of fudge were pried loose, they went tumbling and bouncing down the mountain and when they reached the bottom they were picked up by cranes with grab-buckets, and the cranes dumped the fudge into open wagons.