Members of the Virgil Griffin White Knights, a group that claims affiliation with the Ku Klux Klan, pose for a photograph in their robes ahead of a cross lighting ceremony at a private farm house in Carter County, Tennessee, July 4, 2015. Reuters

A high school in Minneapolis canceled a school play after a photo surfaced showing students cast in the theatrical production were wearing Ku Klux Klan (KKK) robes as part of their wardrobes.

New Prague High School killed the school’s production of “The Foreigner” after a student posted a screenshot showing the play cast members wearing the KKK robes, according to reports from Monday and Tuesday.

The play, a comedy by Larry Shue, tells the story of a man living in rural Georgia who does not speak. His friend tells people at a lodge that the man is “foreigner” and comes from another country. Then guests begin telling “the foreigner” their secrets, and secrets from the community are revealed.

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The screenshot image read, “I think you’re going to want to come to the school play” below the image of the KKK robe-clad students. The play was supposed to run over the weekend but was canceled because of the photo’s “insensitive nature,” following a unanimous decision reached by the school’s principal and the director of the student production and theater teacher, Ben Thietje, according to KFGO News.

“We feel it is in the best interest of New Prague Area Schools to not present the show this weekend,” New Prague High School Principal Lonnie Seifert told local news outlet the New Prague Times. “This situation will also allow us the opportunity to have conversations with our students, staff and community as we continue to develop and model our character traits of acceptance and respect for all students within New Prague Area Schools.”

Seifert said the decision was not an easy one for the faculty members to make.

“The play has a positive message of acceptance and celebration of differences,” Thietje said via KFGO. “However, if it also causes stress to a portion of our student body, the point of performing it has been lost. The well-being of our students is the main concern.”