A Chorus of Disapproval - Act 1, Scene 2 Summary & Analysis

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Act 1, Scene 2 Summary

As the beginning of this scene blends with the end of the prologue, Guy has just come into the rehearsal area looking for someone. Bridget, a member of the company, clumps in loudly with a piece of furniture and asks who Guy is looking for. Guy answers vaguely. Bridget misunderstands and after a bit of comic dialogue, Bridget starts the conversation over. Guy tells her he is looking for the director, Mr. Llewellyn. Bridget goes off to get him.

Guy sees a nearby piano, pulls out a piece of music, plunks a couple of notes, tries to sing, and realizes the music is out of his range. He is on his way out the door when Dafydd comes in, energetic and talkative. He introduces himself, apologizes for being late and calls Mr. Ames, the rehearsal pianist and music director for the play. Guy introduces himself...

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