You mean like an "Enter At Your Own Risk" sign splash page? Sorry, I'll never succumb to that RHPS web site cliche. No offense to Los Bastardos, who did.
I'm also against having The Time Warp as background music on the home page, using black and red for a majority of text on the web site, informing visitors that the site is best viewed with one of those drippy blood fonts installed, using the fishnet image background, or copying images verbatim from the fan club web site. I think that covers most of the cast web site cliches. Apart from the cast photos section full of tiny photos taken from the back of the theater (giving you an excellent view of the backs of the audience members heads) with such a high level of JPEG compression that you can barely make out a single cast member's face. Or the "next weekend's cast list" dated three years previous. Those are always nice to see also.
At any rate, suffice it to say that if someone wanders across our web site by mistake and finds it inappropriate... well I don't really give a shit. And it has yet to cause anything bad to happen as a result, in the past decade it's been online.