From this morning's Good Morning America.
In a small Connecticut town, a big controversy erupted when a principal canceled a play written by high school students about the war in Iraq.Show your support and sign the student's guestbook.
Theatre students at Wilton High School in Wilton, Conn., fear they'll never perform their play "Voices in Conflict," which they developed from first-person stories of soldiers serving in Iraq.
"We thought it would be a good way to inform students in an unbiased way what was going on with the war and open their eyes," Wilton senior Afton Fleming told "Good Morning America Weekend Edition.
Senior Seth Koproski said the play is not about politics.
"We didn't want to spew propaganda," Koproski said. "We wanted to create a discussion."
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