The Heidi Chronicles - Study Guide Act 1, Scene 4 Summary & Analysis

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In 1974, Heidi and her colleague, Debbie, stand outside of the Chicago Art Institute, speaking to an audience of two other women. They are protesting because the Institute's Age of Napoleon exhibit includes no women artists. Heidi's friend Peter arrives and seems to be making fun of the protest. Debbie is disgusted and leaves the scene with the two other women to check on plans to walk on the curator's office.

Peter is doing a medical internship in Chicago and has come to the protest to see Heidi, who had phoned him to say she would not have time to visit with him while in Chicago. He asks about Scoop, rather sarcastically, and learns that Scoop and Susan clerk for the same Supreme Court Judge. Heidi claims that she just likes to sleep with Scoop, but that she is otherwise not involved with him.

Peter complains...

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