Play at Oklahoma City University depicts Our Lady as lesbian: PROTEST NOW
|By TFP Student Action|
|June 23, 2011|
|Blasphemy is not
The grossly misnamed play, “The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told,” is scheduled to begin on December 4, and TFP Student Action is urging its members to register their protest.
A phone call to the office of the Oklahoma City University School of Theatre confirmed that the play is indeed scheduled.
UPDATE: As of 6:00 PM, Wednesday, July 13, Oklahoma Magazine deleted the event from their website, but OCU HAS NOT confirmed that the play was canceled. You can also view a saved screen shot of the listing on Oklahoma Magazine here.
|View a screen shot of the listing on Oklahoma Magazine website.|
Press reports say “The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told” refers to Our Lady as a lesbian. It presents a homosexual version of the Old Testament, with scenes of “Adam and Steve” in full frontal nudity.
According to The New York Times, the playwright himself is a homosexual, and this is how he describes his play: “I wanted the Garden of Eden in Central Park, and Mary as a lesbian mother, which would certainly help me comprehend immaculate conception.”
(The New York Times, 12/06/98)
The outright blasphemous, offensive and degrading content of the play puts it outside of any authentic artistic expression worthy of higher learning.
According to City Pages: “Contrary to church doctrine, the Virgin Mary turns out to be a flaky lesbian… Adam, Steve, and company have gathered in a Chelsea loft to celebrate Christmas and a second immaculate conception.” (City Pages, 01/19/00)
|Defend Our Lady's
honor now by
signing this protest
Will God bless those who allow His Holy Mother to be dragged into the dirt of lesbian insults? Will He allow the Immaculate Conception to be turned into a homosexual party game?
We are walking in the shadow of God’s anger.
We must rise to the occasion and protest with all our hearts. We must show Jesus that we care, and that we love His offended Mother, and that we will defend her honor. And our prayerful protest is the only way of showing our gratitude.
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Robert Henry, President
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