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07/21/2011

Video: Performance art in Topeka; oh, and a play too

by Jeremy Hooper

With Westboro Baptist planning to picket same-sex marriages this weekend in NYC, it seemed like a good time to mention this effort, which also has both Manhattan and Topeka in mind:

"We're taking our play about homophobia Off Broadway and to one of the most homophobic places in America: Westboro Baptist Church in Topeka, Kansas."

THE BUS: Off Broadway & Westboro Baptist Church [KickStarter]

**SEE ALSO: AmericaBlog Gay's recent chat with Nate Phelps (estranged son of Fred), who's helping out with this effort

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