Wingblad writes, "Supporters, though, say the story portrays the tragedies of bullying and nonacceptance — and invites thought on how to better deal with their consequences."
And objectors? Well, here's an interesting point from Julie Devine, “I thought, ‘how arrogant, how insensitive and how reckless to put on a show that ends with a mass murder in a high school gym.’”
So take it to the principal, right? “It pushes the notion of anti-bullying through a fantastical lens, It’s a look at difficult topics and engages people into thinking about it.”
What do you think? Is A CARRIE Musical great for high school?