"Most Fabulous Story Ever Told" has certainly stimulated "discussion"
A High School announces a play, adults are insulted, controversy rages: letters to the editor, editorials, the ACLU -- via Bill Newman -- enters the fray, and before the curtain rises folks form picket lines holding signs championing both side of the issue.
Well if you're from Amherst, the PC capital of the Happy Valley, all too familiar. But what I find fascinating is the Amherst Regional High School principal in 1999, Scott Goldman, allowed "West Side Story" to be cancelled because of "racial stereotyping."
But now 14 years later Mr. Goldman, principal of Pioneer Valley Performing Arts charter school, stands firm defending