Scientology Pageant used kids to make musical fun of CoS

What with Tom Cruise reportedly killing South Park's Scientology episode it's a good time to blog about "A Very Merry Unauthorized Children's Scientology Pageant," a 2003 musical depicting the kooky teachings of the Church of Scientology. You can even buy the soundtrack album!

A jubilant cast of children celebrate the controversial religion in uplifting pageantry and song. The actual teachings of The Church of Scientology are explained and dissected against the candy-colored backdrop of a traditional nativity play.

Avant-garde performance art and children's theater meet in one of the funniest and most bewildering holiday shows you will ever see: the OBIE Award-winning ironic masterpiece
A Very Merry Unauthorized Children's Scientology Pageant.

(image caption: "Chigoziri Ikeme, Mario Quinonez, and Nikki Haddad as Thetans, Molly Matzke as Prince Xenu, Kristopher Barnett, and Kyle Kaplan as L. Ron")


(via Neatorama)