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Parents to Ban Theatre Performance Displaying Male Genitals in Yekaterinburg
26.03.2010 15:30
Parents to Ban Theatre Performance Displaying Male Genitals in Yekaterinburg

Yekaterinburg Parents Committee is trying to prohibit the utterly immoral stage play of the citys Theatre of Dance. According to indignant parents, the performance Vot tak! (Well, I Never!) that runs on stage of the local Young Spectators Theatre openly demonstrates naked bodies and even male genitalia.
      
      It is direct use of sexual motivesIt is immoral and obscene! This information is totally harmful for teenagers the activist Lyudmila Karpova claims. The leaflets spread by the committee even referred to the dance staging as legalization of pedophiles actions.
      
      A round table in Yekaterinburg will decide on how amoral the dance staging is, however, the public prosecutor's office of the city already received a request to ban the new premiere of the Young Spectators Theatre.
      
      At the same time the actors refute all allegations. The authors and performers of the dance show say that some of the parents did not even see the staging there are no naked bodies there. It is quite probable that the storm of indignation was provoked by the show posters, which really depict a man and a woman naked waist-deep.
      
      Source: newsru.com
      


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