||[May. 3rd, 2004|11:54 am]
The Question Club
This has been bugging me for a long time, and I'm wanting to know what other people's opinions are. Basic question: Did I do the right thing?
About five years ago I was in a school play that we performed at some art festival, as well as at school. The play had a few bad words in it (damn and shit) and I wasn't the only one who had to say them. When we performed it at school all went fine, but when we performed it at the festival we were being watched by a big choir group. (Adults, not children.) A lot of the other cast members censored their lines, but I didn't. We hadn't discussed it before hand, and I didn't feel it was necessary.
Afterwards my dad yelled at me for over an hour because of how awful he thought the play was (the subject matter) and part of that was yelling because I didn't censor myself.
So did I do the right thing? Should I have censored myself like some of the others did?