I was up in the summer or spring and they were doing a reading of it in 3 Griffin. Gordon Winston my longtime buddy was reading one of the parts. And it was a terrible play as a play. But I remember Gordon saying to me, “You know, after the first time I read it through I realized that what he meant was that if Jack Ruby hadn’t shot Oswald, he would have.” But it was sort of old Gaudino, full of phrases like “the need to protect the vulnerable universals.”

Steve Lewis '60,
Former Economics Professor and Provost