Neil LaBute's contribution for Playwrights For A Cause is called Mohammad Gets A Boner. The description: The prophet "Mohammed" stands on a barren stage, recalling the first time he made love to a white woman. Is this reality or a theatrical convention? Where do the lines between 'satire' and 'censorship' intersect or is nothing sacred when it comes to the theater?
New York Times review of Dirty Weekend: The comedy of sexual identity “Dirty Weekend” might not be the kind of thing you’d expect to see from the director and playwright Neil LaBute. Despite a reputation for slashing at the jugular, Mr. LaBute has done the equivalent of rolling over and letting his belly be rubbed with this tale of an especially eventful layover in Albuquerque.