“I knew that that Christ had turned his face away from me and that only a Jesus who no longer care for me could kill those people that I love and leave me alive with my shame. Oh God! So I went to the church and I took the glass that I know was there and I..I’ve cut my wrist. But I didn’t die, of course. Of course not!
Oh Stingo,there are so many things that you don’t understand, there are so many things that I can’t, I cannot tell you.”
Kate Mulgrew, Peter MacNicol, Anne Bobby, Nancy Marchand, Raymond Xifo, Brian Murray, Keene Curtis, and Robert Stattel in the Roundabout Theater Company’s production of the play “Black Comedy” (New York 1993)