Officials at Salt Lake City's Herriman High School canceled a student production of "All Shook Up," a musical featuring songs made famous by Elvis Presley, after someone complained it was too racy. But after media picked up the story, and the play's copyright owner agreed to allow them to make changes, the school said the students could perform the play, but only after removing a scene where a girl dresses like a boy and cutting some songs which they didn't immediately specify.
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