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High School Drama

A jury must decide whether a theater director’s email to Drama Club parents defamed one of her actors, a federal court in Pennsylvania ruled, in a case brought by three students who criticized the director at a school board meeting.

PHILADELPHIA – A jury must decide whether a theater director’s email to Drama Club parents defamed one of her actors, a federal court in Pennsylvania ruled, in a case brought by three students who criticized the director at a school board meeting. The dispute began after one of the students, the Drama Club president, failed to win the lead in a school play.

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