The reason BYU doesn't allow this play is because it deals with very controversial themes specific to the Church. However, I believe that hiding these themes from people does more harm than good. They are real issues that we need to be able to confront, not push away and pretend as though they aren't happening. Because herein lies the truth: they are happening around us whether we are aware of it or not. How can we be aware enough to help people and provide rehabilitation for those individuals who seek it, if we aren't even aware of the problems and issues to begin with? I think that BYU should be encouraging us to read things that bring such issues to our attention.
Those are just my (and my class + professor's) thoughts.
What do you think?