Episode 347. High School Censorship

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images-1Blogger, arts consultant, former theatre executive and now theatrical activist Howard Sherman talks about attempts to silence high school theatre productions across the country, and the growing efforts to respond appropriately and effectively. Featuring the threat of teenage engagement, unintended consequences of the power of theatre, approved high school adaptations of certain contemporary scripts, why this particular theatrical activist is like Roger Rabbit, and the power of such dangerous theatrical works as Joe Turner’s Come and Gone, The Laramie Project, and Bye Bye Birdie. (Length 20:06)


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