Drama lessons were never this interesting when I was at school

That was just an ordinary day at my secondary comp in the70's

'The principal complaint came from a parent who described not only her own distress, but the distress of others, including a girl who was sobbing after the performance and a boy and one of the actors who were vomiting as a result of their distress,’

I dare say.
So a dramatisation of The Jeremy Kyle Show. Has ANYONE vomited either watching, or performing in, a play since the 1940s? If it was the latter surely it would have been picked up on at rehearsals? (Unless it was an extract from 'The Exorcist).


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Depictions of rape, oral sex and child abuse? Have these Muppets not heard of Method Acting?
" It was around by the derelict casino that we came across Billyboy and his four droogs. They were getting ready to perform a little of the old in-out, in-out on a weepy young devotchka they had there."

Its art lovies, Its Art.....Sound like a bunch of soft cunts to be disturbed by a play.....vomitting....bunch of soft twats...and of course its the same cunts who watch those soaps where none of that shite goes on!!
Yes, well done the Daily Heil. We can't have our youngsters exposed to the brutality of modern life, can we? And let's make sure the wee ones don't get to read any newspapers for the next few months. Let's sweep all this under the carpet.

In the meantime, we can ask the kids to do something more wholesome for a change. Maybe a Shakespeare play is in order? How about 'Titus Andronicus'?
But, overturning the decision as ‘perverse’, Lady Smith said the tribunal was wrong because the safeguarding manager had shown he had professional experience of role play in abuse scenarios and had spoken of the potential effects on participants.
I bet Lady Smith was relieved that case was over.

They are not monkeys as the librarian will tell you.....when he's finished ripping your arms off

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