Clybourne Park: A Play - Act 2 Summary & Analysis

Bruce Norris
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Act 2 Summary

The same actors from Act 1 are used in Act 2 but act in different roles. Act 2 takes place 50 years later, in the same house in September 2009, on a Saturday afternoon, at 3pm. Steve and Lindsey are the new buyers for the house, Kevin and Lena represent the homeowners' association, Kathy and Tom are lawyers. Tom takes control and leads the discussion involving the documents in their hands.

Steve asks a question about frontage; he wants to know what it means. Tom starts to answer, but then lets Kathy answer because Steve is her client. Steve does not understand the terminology about the distance from the house to the edge of the property. Tom and Kathy explain and point out which page and paragraph to Lindsey because she is lost already. Tom and Kathy discuss the legality of the sidewalk. Steve does not want to...

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