Public Charter School Puts on Blasphemous Play


Educators have any number of ways to get their message across — from as simple as commanding students to write “Jesus” on a slip of paper and stamp on it, to as elaborate as this:

Students from the Pioneer Valley Performing Arts Charter Public School, or PVPA — which serves 400 pupils, grades 7-12, in South Hadley, Mass. — on March 15-17 performed the controversial play, “The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told.”

A 1998 Paul Rudnick comedy that had a run in theaters in New York City, “The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told” alters the biblical Book of Genesis to include homosexual couples Adam and Steve and Jane and Mabel in the Garden; as well as a “horny” rhinoceros that tries to seduce men on the Ark; and Mary, the mother of Christ, arguing she can’t be pregnant, because she’s a lesbian “bull-dyke.”

A New England theater guide, The Theater Mirror, in a glowing review, further explains the play “gets so specific as to be a gay how-to sexbook” and summarizes it as “a goofy gay romp with a serious sting in its tale.”

The play was performed despite vociferous opposition from parents, which the director dismissed by proclaiming that the blasphemy “is, at its heart, a thoughtful investigation of the meaning of faith and family.”

Ridicule isn’t enough; the public has to be compelled to finance the defilement of any god that dares compete with degenerate collectivist authoritarianism.

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Blasphemy at public expense.

Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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