The discussion that skirts teenagers' real sexual issues becomes a hive of stinging questions in Cry Havoc's Sex Ed in AT&T's Elevator Project.

Let me tell you 'bout the birds and the bees and the flowers and the trees and sexually transmitted disease, or STD. Say, what?

Sex Ed, Cry Havoc Theater Company's latest 70-minute devised play is no romantic Buddy Holly song. Not by a long shot. The young actors in the play also collaborated on the script, and they want truthful, accurate information about human sexuality and their own bodies. What about emotional relations and responsibilities? What's safe sex? What about birth control? What does "consent" really mean? What if I'm gay or trans?