Forget performing "Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolff" in Denver, or any other play where the characters smoke. Judge Michael A. Martinez refused to exempt theatrical companies from a statewide smoking ban. The ban is so strict that performers can't even light up herbal cigarettes. He ruled that smoking, even as part of a performance, is not expressive behavior and therefore not protected by the First Amendment.
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