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SAGINAW NEWS — SVSU Turns Away Cameraman from Show

April 30, 2007

“The leader of a group championing family values threatened to send a camera crew to the controversial (Saginaw Valley State University) play to tape its scenes of male nudity. Gary Glenn, head of Michigan’s chapter of the American Family Association, did show up at a Saturday evening performance with a cameraman, but campus police refused to admit them. …Glenn had said he wanted the nude images on tape to convince lawmakers that SVSU is breaking indecent exposure laws.”


SAGINAW NEWS
Saginaw, Michigan
April 30, 2007

SVSU turns away cameraman from show
The only drama in Saginaw Valley State University’s final productions of “Angels In America: Part One” came on stage, college officials say.

Last week, the leader of a group championing family values threatened to send a camera crew to the controversial play to tape its scenes of male nudity.

Gary Glenn, head of Michigan’s chapter of the American Family Association, did show up at a Saturday evening performance with a cameraman, but campus police refused to admit them, said J.J. Boehm, SVSU spokesman.

“They had a short, polite conversation with university police and left,” Boehm said.

Glenn had said he wanted the nude images on tape to convince lawmakers that SVSU is breaking indecent exposure laws. Boehm said recording devices weren’t allowed per the licensing rights.
The last performance was Sunday.

http://www.mlive.com/news/saginawnews/index.ssf?/base/news-22/1177943162248250.xml&coll=9

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