It, together with another one (titled Mr. Brownstone) also wrote by Cho, can be read here at AOL.
A lot of Cho's classmates are claiming that this play was a tell tale warning of Cho's violent intentions, one of his ex-classmate who submitted the plays to AOL said:
When we read Cho's plays, it was like something out of a nightmare. The plays had really twisted, macabre violence that used weapons I wouldn't have even thought of. Before Cho got to class that day, we students were talking to each other with serious worry about whether he could be a school shooter. I was even thinking of scenarios of what I would do in case he did come in with a gun, I was that freaked out about him. When the students gave reviews of his play in class, we were very careful with our words in case he decided to snap. Even the professor didn't pressure him to give closing comments. ::Source::
There is a comment by Bobby, who has suffered with bipolar disease, posted on Wired Blog Network goes as follow:
The writings, I believe, reflect what was in his mind. There is a difference between Stephen King having a creative mind, and Cho writing about what he thought. Maybe he so freely displayed his writings to class because he wanted people to feel sorry for him or to let people know; hey, im not okay, realize that. I, myself, have suffered with bipolar disease for a couple of years now, and I can relate some symptoms I have seen here to myself. The cutoff of all civilization, paranoia that everyone is out to get you, the obsession with sex which usually comes along with chemical imbalances,etc., etc. I am not saying I would have ever stalked girls or killed 32 people. However, I am saying that I can maybe, just maybe see what may have driven him to such a massacre. I myself realized that something was wrong, and am now taking medication. Sadly, this guy never got the treatment he needed. There are thousands, millions of people out there like this. People that are wishing they had the strength to do the same thing. This is very sad, but it is the truth. Sadly, unless you have been there or are going through some mental problems yourself, you can't see the symptoms as much. Most normal-thinking people would just write it off as someone acting silly or just as plain weird. Contrary to that belief, maybe these kids are not just weird, and maybe they do need bigger help. That's all I have. ::Source::
The one-act violent play is brought to life by actor and director, Steve Brandon and is here at Youtube.
[*]The Killer in the Lecture Hall
[*]A Volatile Young Man, Humiliation and a Gun
[*]Why they kill
[*]Professor: Shooter's writing dripped with anger
[*]Updates on Virginia Tech[/list1]