Ticket giveaway: 'Speech and Debate'

Comedy/drama focuses on trio of high school outcasts

May 11, 2010
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This week, you can win tickets to the Phoenix Theatre’s production of “Speech and Debate,” Stephen Karam’s play about teen-age outcasts, a school scandal, and Abe Lincoln (sort of).

Just enter below and state topic or issue you’d like to debate. It won’t help you win, but winning isn’t everything, right?

I’ll pick one winner at random.

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  • Debate
    Should off-shore drilling be allowed to continue?
  • Debate
    Abortion
  • Debate
    Will Indy ever truly appreciate the arts?
  • Debate
    Public libraries and professional librarians are more essential than ever - and offer a better return on a community's investment in them than ever - in spite of Google and the "free" Internet.

    Hope Baugh
    Indy Theatre Habit
  • It's just for awhile!
    Temporary tax hikes!
  • debate
    Is home schooling a good choice?
  • Debate Topic
    I'd like to debate why winning *isn't* everything!
  • Topic
    Can White Zinfandel really be called WINE?
  • Packin' lunch
    Junk food should be banned from public schools.
  • Packin' lunch
    Junk food should be banned from public schools.
  • In an attempt to lighten the mood
    Which was the better '70's TV family, the Brady Bunch or the Partridge Family?
  • Concert throwdown
    Who will put on the better show this weekend. Colin Hay or Jimmy Buffett.
  • Education Reform
    Is school consolidation the ultimate outcome of property tax caps enacted by the State of Indiana.
  • Debate
    Is it better to be too hot or too cold?
  • Should some public libraries close?
    I feel that all libraries should stay open to help the comunities stay strong by having a place for students to study and people who need the communities. Children love to read aand it's possible that it will keep them in school as they get older.
  • Debate
    Separation of church and state, especially in our school systems.
  • debate
    I'll go fun... the nutritional value of flying cupcakes! Red Velvet Elvis
  • debate
    live theater vs simulcasted live theater
  • health care
    health care coverage and pre-existing conditions are always good for debate!
  • I would like to debate...
    ...which of Angela Buchman's many virtues is her greatest?
  • abortion, too
    And the crazy people who are against both birth control AND abortion.
  • debate
    age discrimination in the work place

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