August: Osage County - Act Three, Scenes 2, 3, and 4 Summary & Analysis

Tracy Letts
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The lights suddenly go back on. Steve and Jean’s clothes are messy as they turn to look at Johnna, facing them down with a heavy frying pan in her hand. Steve tries to calm her, but she hits him with the pan and knocks him down. His shouting in pain brings in Bill, Barbara, and Karen, who reacts with a scream and runs to Steve. Johnna explains what she saw, Barbara attacks Steve, Karen tries to defend him, Bill tells Karen to get Steve out, Steve shouts that Jean said she was fifteen, Barbara reveals that she was fourteen, Karen tells her to back off, and she and Steve go into the living room and pack their things. Barbara erupts in anger, Bill tries to calm her down, Jean tries to get them BOTH to calm down, saying they only...

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