In many ways, it was "The Vagina Monologues" tailored to the Notre Dame community, as a professor mentioned in a panel discussion after the play. (And, in a play about sexuality, there was not a shortage of characters who were Catholic and waiting until marriage.)
How does a person decided where to draw the line? When a message needs to be spoken how does one person witness to a heinous action while remaining true to his or her faith? That is how does a person, using a message that is against her faith, build up her faith?
This play sounds well intentioned, as it tries to portray the realities found on a university campus. But we all know that well intentioned people are not always doing the right thing.