The play by Jon Hartmere, Jr. and Damon Intrabartolo debuted in Los Angeles in 2000, and has been performed at fringe festivals across the country. As noted in the University of Dayton promotional poster, the musical contains adult language and content.
The play mocks the Church. It features scenes of males kissing each other, a vision of a psuedo-Virgin Mary encouraging a boy to “come out,” and a scene mocking the Sacrament of Confession.
And they have gone feral:
According to our crews on the scene, students were jumping on top of cars, throwing glass beer bottles into the street and yelling at police officers. Kiefaber Street is littered with broken glass, beer cans and trash.
Many cars, including police cruisers, were damaged in the disturbance.
At least one student was seen being handcuffed. Other students were seen being pushed with police riot gear shields and resisting officer’s efforts to calm the crowd. There are no reports of injuries.
H/T Rich et al at Over the Rhine and Into the Tiber