I find this ironic considering that "Children of Eden" is not theologically sounds if you compare it to actual Christian theological tradition. Plus, would they oppose a production of "Fiddler on the Roof" since the Jewish protagonist is constantly praying to God? And you already asked about "Godspell" and "JC Superstar." I am a firm believer in the separation of church and state. I don't think that religion has any place in a public school. AND I say that as a practicing Christian. However, I also think there needs to be some room when one is talking about the arts. Art exists to help us determine our place in the world and our relationship to the things around us. Sometimes that includes questions about god and the afterlife. Oh well. I'm just so tired of people getting all up in arms about things that seem so unimportant in the grand scheme of things. I wish that we spent more time looking for the things that we all have in common instead of looking for the things that make us different. I guess I'm just an idealist.