The Minds Eye folks will probably never live down the Caligula they brought us a few years back, but even though that existential nudie show might have shocked our parents, it's nothing compared with the school-shooting comedy from late this summer, a show not unsympathetic to the shooter and written by a high school student. That it didn't quite come off is irrelevant. What's remarkable is that it wasn't out of place in a season that featured the little-known sequel to The Miracle Worker,an interactive sock-hop murder mystery set in KCK, and the flat-out wonderful Sad Hotel (which featured company president Craig Aikman as Tennessee Williams himself). In fact, the least daring thing Minds Eye tried was a largely successful revival of Rocky Horror,a show so quaint these days that it might well be on its way to outrageousness again.The gang will be back in December with (they promise) a couple of dramas, a musical and "something odd." Good lord -- coming from them, what could that mean?