When the play opens, Heidi is discovering the roles of men and women in the mid-60's. How does the experience at the high school dance shape Heidi's point of view throughout the play?
Why do you think Scoop is unable to make a serious commitment to anything, until the end of the play?
What point do you think the author is trying to make regarding the word "feminism?"
Detail Heidi's journey into feminism. When did it start? How did her point of view change ( or did it) throughout the years? What was her overriding ideal that she keeps striving for? Is she successful in achieving her goal?
What is the importance of music throughout the play? Is it music itself that is important or the particular song that is playing?
Describe the relationship/feminist differences between Susan and Heidi, beginning with the high school dance in 1965.
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