The Last Night of Ballyhoo - Act 2, Scene 6 Summary & Analysis

Alfred Uhry
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Act 2, Scene 6 Summary

Sunny comes in, announcing she's home. When Adolph comes out of the kitchen she tells him that a boy named Harold brought her home because Joe suddenly disappeared without saying goodbye. There's a knock on the door, and Sunny opens it to admit Joe. She asks what happened; he says he went for a drive, and Sunny says goodnight and starts upstairs. Joe says goodnight and starts for his car, but then Adolph says they need to have a discussion and leaves them alone.

Sunny says she has a right to know what happened, and when Joe suggests she should have a pretty good idea; she says she doesn't know at all. He asks why she didn't tell him that guys like him, the "other kind," weren't welcome at the Standard Club and compares his experience that night with her experience at the...

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