School play depicts rape, filthy language and public urination

by Todd Starnes / Fox News , Guest Columnist |

(Diane Diederich via FOX News)A teacher conducts a high school class.

HOUSTON (Christian Examiner) — Carnegie Vanguard High School's one act play had a little something for everyone: depictions of male-on-male rape, male-on-female rape, filthy language, on-stage urination, and an actress who simulated wiping her private parts at center stage.

Oh yes, there was also a scene where a male cast member turned his back to the audience and dropped his pants, as fellow cast members deliver dialogue about the size of his appendage.

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The Houston high school's racy production of "Holy Day" has generated great angst among the good church-going people of the Lone Star State.

"Hello Dolly" it is not.

A Houston Chronicle columnist described the show as "psychologically intense, an exploration of subjects such as violence, sex and race."

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