SEMO offers to refund tickets to controversial playsemissourian.com/article/20081109/NEWS01/711099954
Maybe it is a southern, small city thing but at least I hope people come forth and get refunds to these two plays.
The play that started the local controversy, “Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All for You” by Christopher Durang, was performed by students from Oct. 29 to Nov. 2 in the Wendy Kurka Rust Flexible Theater. One of the people most offended by the performance was the theater’s namesake, who wrote a letter to the school that “a play that ridicules and scorns the Christian religion under the label of satire is inappropriate to be included in the offering of season ticket holders.”
Sad that anyone thinks living in a small town means anything. Moving to the Big City automatically raises your IQ? Nope.