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Father of the Bride, by Caroline Francke
an atrocity to mankind
Wednesday, August 18, 2004
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This production is an atrocity to mankind. The concept that men and women feel it's appropriate to wed without extending the same right to same sex partners is totally hypocritical. It brings home what a preposterous life is without the joys of homosexuality.

I gagged all through the play. All the acting was disastrous. Bill Wilson, as Stanley Banks, gave a betraying portrayal of a middle-class father. Actually pretending to care for his little girl on her special day is so outside the mainstream it’s laughable. The scene where Steve Cook comes in as Kay’s fiancé Buckley, and Wilson doesn’t even look twice at Cook’s hunky figure, is so unrealistic it’s like listening to George W. Bush talk about his policies in Iraq. I mean, any normal warm-blooded American male would do practically anything to join Steve in the sack.

Jeez. What a farce!

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