Senator George Allen 204 Russell Senate Office Bldg. Washington, DC 20510
RE: Opening Night Tickets For White Noise Musical
Dear Senator Allen:
We have been following your remarks on the campaign trail with great interest, particularly your recent use of the term “macaca.” When we heard you use this word, considered by some to be a racial slur, or even a “code” word intended for certain constituents, we knew we had found a potential audience member who could truly appreciate our show on all levels.
We are the creators of an exciting new musical called White Noise, and we would be honored if you would attend the New York opening. White Noise is about a white supremacist teen pop group—inspired by the racist twin girls who make up the band Prussian Blue, with whom we’re sure you’re familiar. It is a fun evening, full of pop songs featuring white power propaganda, and we think you’ll just love it. There’s no instance of the word “macaca” in the script as it stands, but if you were to attend, we would be delighted to work it into the dialogue, or perhaps even devote a song lyric or two to that word that’s so familiar to self-identified white supremacists. Also, we would be thrilled to make a reference to the noose and Confederate battle flag you once had hanging on display in your office. Just let us know; we’re here to accommodate you.
As of today, there are two tickets for our September 18 opening reserved under your name. If you’re unable to make the opening (we know you’re busy campaigning for your race, no pun intended), White Noise can come to you. Say the word, and we can have our cast sing some pro-white pop songs at any campaign event or fundraiser that we are available for.
Feel free to contact us, or just show up at 8 pm on Monday, September 18, 2006 at the TBG Theater on 312 W. 36th Street in New York City. We look forward to meeting you.