Blues for an Alabama Sky - Act 2, Scene 1 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2, Scene 1 Summary

It is now two weeks later and the group of friends will soon gather to celebrate Guy's shipment of five costumes to Josephine Baker in Paris. Angel is setting the table for high tea when Guy returns to the apartment in a disheveled state. Apparently he has been accosted on the sidewalk by some hoodlums who dislike homosexuals. The event is soon forgotten as Sam and Delia arrive. They tell the others that Margaret Sanger spoke at the Abyssinian Church this morning in favor of the family planning clinic.

Leland is there too but is unfamiliar with Sanger or any of the other people mentioned. When Guy attempts to change the direction of the conversation, it becomes obvious to Leland for the first time that Guy is homosexual. Visibly disturbed by this revelation, Leland prepares to leave because Guy's sexual orientation is against the law...

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