In Arlene’s memory, Arlie is alone in her prison cell. Because of her
Who’s out there? Is anybody out there? (Reading.) Depart from evil and do good. (Yelling.) Now, you pay attention out there cause this is right out of the Lord’s mouth.
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OK? You won’t even know I’m there. Hey Goddammit, somebody let me out of here, I can’t stand it in here any more. Somebody! (Her spirit is finally broken.)
For full extended monologue, please refer to the script edition cited here: Marsha Norman, Getting Out. Dramatists Play Service, pp. 53.
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