Springer success at Carnegie

Chortle reports that the New York debut of Jerry Springer: Th Opera was a success, with “positive, if guarded” critical reactions.

And they even had their own protesters in the form of the snappily named American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property and its America Needs Fatima campaign, who naturally think the show is all about them:

Perhaps it is easier to list what is not attacked in this brutal ridiculing of the Catholic faith.

Next stop, Broadway.

2 Responses to “Springer success at Carnegie”

  1. Andy Armitage says:

    Go that American Society for . . . website and you’re given a box in which to send a message to the theatre. Whether they’ve set it up to go straight there or they vet each one, I don’t know. However, it’s worth sticking your four penn’orth in, congratulating the theatre, praising the show.

  2. marc says:

    How about a contact link to the Theatre Andy? Easier than risking inflaming the loonies.