Sam tells the audience that she's been cured.
It's so lonely now. It's so lonely. When I wake up in the...View Full Monologue Text
It's so lonely now. It's so lonely. When I wake up in the middle of the night, the silence splits my head almost as much as St. Anthony did. Listen...
It creeps up on you when you're not expecting it, doesn't it? Woooooooo.... Hello? Now I know why Irma never stops talking. In a way it was better before, I mean look at what I've missed in my life... my prom, my sister's wedding, probably the only time in my life when I had any shot at getting a boy to like me. My family will never look at me the same way again. Mom, does God love the crazy ones? Well, I guess she does because Anne made St. Anthony and his host of angels go back to heaven.
AuthorName: Rick Robinson
Age Range: Teen, 20s - Early
Dialects: Standard American
PlayName: School of Jesus Fish
Rating: Contains adult content
Copyright Status: Copyrighted