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    Subject: Re: Review of Take Me Out
    Date: Jun 16, 2003
    Sender: AlbertPrevious | Next

    It is interesting that Americans in general are so uneasy when it comes to tolerance and just being correctly representative in public situations. Maybe the reason for giving Hispanic actors such a "lessenede role" was to 'appease' an audience projected to be white majority for guarnteed ticket sales and an anticipated extended life on Broadway. How many white individuals would be interested if the cast that happened tp be majority hispanic? Also, in gay society(we all know the significant representation of white gay males in theater), latino men, in not all but many instances are treated as merely eye candy or pets and not as equals. Latino men, wake up!!

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    Review of "Take Me Out"

    Can't someone write a play without having the political correctness police whine about "their" particular ethnic group not being fairly treated?






    Comment index:

  • Review of "Take Me Out"   from Byron, Feb 23, 2003
  • Re: Review of   from Carlos, Mar 8, 2003
  • » Re: Review of Take Me Out «   from Albert, Jun 16, 2003
  • Re: Review of Take Me Out   from Mike, Aug 10, 2003
  • Take Me Out   from K, Jun 23, 2003
  • Re: Take Me Out   from David, Aug 21, 2003
  • Sosa   from Manny Ramirez, Feb 10, 2004
  • Re: Take Me Out   from Chris, Nov 28, 2005
  • Re: Take Me Out   from David, May 17, 2006
  • Review of "Take Me Out"   from Byron, Feb 23, 2003
  • Re: Review of   from Carlos, Mar 8, 2003
  • » Re: Review of Take Me Out «   from Albert, Jun 16, 2003
  • Re: Review of Take Me Out   from Mike, Aug 10, 2003
  • Take Me Out   from K, Jun 23, 2003
  • Re: Take Me Out   from David, Aug 21, 2003
  • Sosa   from Manny Ramirez, Feb 10, 2004
  • Re: Take Me Out   from Chris, Nov 28, 2005
  • Re: Take Me Out   from David, May 17, 2006