"Talk about what you saw here tonight," said Chris Kepler, director of King Kekaulike High School's production of "Big Boys Don't Cry," after the curtain closed Saturday night. The show invited controversy, with its unapologetic betrayal of some of the most troubling problems society faces, such as alcoholism, domestic abuse, teenage violence, bigotry and poverty. The show throws into sharp relief both the pressing and nuanced nature of these problems. Where does the responsibility lie? Is any individual ever entirely to blame?