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Posted on 02 Mar 2006 at 8:12pm

Jones misinformed on material

Arnold Wayne Jones was kind enough to write a review of our production of “Deathtrap,” but unfortunately he misled your readership because he was misinformed about the material he was reviewing.

He was understandably upset by what he perceived as an omission by our theater in the show. In fact, the omission he referred to is not in the script at all, but appears in the film version of the play. While it is true that other theatres do add a kiss to the material, it does not appear anywhere in the script, and all we did was produce it as written.

By the way, the senior pastor of Arapaho United Methodist Church (which does not censor or otherwise influence our production choices or content) is conducting a pastor’s series class on homosexuality, promoting tolerance and acceptance, not hate and fear. The class began Feb. 23 and continues to March 16. If you care to promote that event (7-8 p.m. on Thursday nights), you could let your readership know here is another place for them in the Christian community.

Kevin L. Ash
Artistic Director
The Labyrinth Theatre

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