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Re: “DSI Comedy Will Close August 28, Zach Ward Says

This is sad. No other way to put it.

Foremost, it's sad because Ward's behaviour prevented some people from having a great experience within a challenging, liberating, and potentially life-changing art form. People prepared to open themselves up to new experiences were hurt by his actions, and that's tragic.

It's sad because a lot of innocent, hard-working, and hilarious improvisors have now lost their community hub and performance space. It had to happen, but that doesn't make it any less devastating to these people, who are now confused, hurt, and questioning their self-worth in light of these revelations.

It's sad because a lot of people outside DSI seem to be as concerned if not MORE concerned with gloating in Ward's downfall and patting themselves on the back as they are with comforting and sympathizing with the many, many victims.

It's sad because the Chapel Hill community at large can no longer look forward to seeing fun, friendly DSI folks at local events or at the theater, which offered a fun night out for not a lot of dough.

So, yeah. Sad.

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Posted by MavisDaily on 07/12/2017 at 10:20 AM

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