1. This Carrollton: The Deep South. It's a rural town; not a big city. What does the theater production expect? I find most of the local productions to be pretentious, with classics such as Willy Wonka ruined for the actor's ego's shining.
2. On the other hand, I disliked Wayne Garner when I lived in Carrollton, and know about the dirt under his yellow nails. It just goes to show how blind voters are: They also elected a corrupt governor into office last year!
3. The COLLEGE, West Georgia, had the Vagina Monologues onstage not too long ago - I'm sure they could help by allowing the performance go on in their auditorium (It doesn't have to be immediate, though). I am assuming the actors that are involved are at least eighteen, and therefore probably go to West Georgia.