"Glass and the Ghost Children"

Here’s a live version where the monologue was completely different, and well worth freaking out about. Knowing the existing story as you now do in the telling and where it stood in the present, it is bound to blow your mind. This was Billy’s addition in a Paris performance in 2000 (8:41):

“and every time she turned around, she saw in their faces, their greed, and their avarice

and the dominance of a male culture that would not let her go

it was her father everywhere she turned

she could betray no secret that she had kept under her bed

wasted and waiting for all those years for someone to come along

did it have to be a man?

“yes” was the answer, as the universe spoke to her [and shut]”

It appears this performance took place mere days before the performance in London in January.

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