LOVE this group! I've seen three of their plays, and returned to see all of them twice. The actors are enthusiastic and extraordinarily talented, especially with musicals. The theatre itself is very small, which makes everything so much more intimate. It's great to be able to see every emotion on the actors' faces no matter where you sit. Their set is my favorite part; most of their productions use a variation on an all-black set with minimal set design, allowing them to produce plays with broad settings and many scene changes. Surprisingly, it works extremely well! Definitely recommended!
To GulenAnswers: you totally misread Kat's response. She didn't attend any Turkey-related event like that. I know her personally, and she does speeches with American Legion. (So anti-American!! I can't believe SSA has actually turned out students that can speak intelligently on democracy and the benefits of the American political system!)
I'm a bit disgusted this article was even written. As a graduate of SSA, I'll vouch for the fact that I wasn't brainwashed into any sort of Turkish nationalist movement. Quite honestly, I came out of that school knowing no more about Turkey or anything related to the country than I did going in. What I did learn was a great deal of math, English, history, government, economics, etc., etc. What a pity that I actually got a normal education!! Sorry to thwart these schemes. All in all, I believe this anonymous parent is just disgruntled because their little sweetheart wasn't smart enough to cut it in a good school.
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