By Ernestine Henderson
February 12, 2009
I was not only surprised, shocked and angered by Mr. Holston's performance; I was also humiliated and embraced. I did not find the humor in his performance and I did not applaud him as other did. I am still questioning what exactly his point of message was at this public event.
There is nothing that can change Mr. Holston's public performance but I feel very strongly that he should make a public apology for insensitivity and clear bigotry that was reflected in his performance.
I am sure First City Players were not aware of the performance Mr. Holston had planned.
Received February 10, 2009 - Published February 12, 2009
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