Love-Lies-Bleeding does for euthanasia what 'Night Mother did for suicide. If you have any reservations about reading a play centered around assisted suicide, please disregard those feelings and read it anyway! This is a wonderfully smart, raw look at life. The story moves beyond the obvious and delves into how three very different people relate to each other and the man they all loved, whose life is now in their hands.
Bonus Feature: Do you know what Paris Larkspur and Sacred Datura are? Read this play and you will. How exciting is that?
Characters: 2M, 2W
Scenes/Monologues: Characters range from early 30s to 70. All have monologues. Good 2-3 person scenes.
Recommended by: Camron
Also by Don DeLillo:
The Day Room