Millennium Approaches - Act 1, Bad News, Scenes 4-6 Summary & Analysis

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Act 1, Bad News, Scenes 4-6 Summary

Scene 4 continues on the same day. Louis and his boyfriend Prior are sitting on a bench outside the funeral home after Louis's grandmother's funeral. They are about to head to the graveyard for the burial. Louis apologizes to Prior for not introducing him to the family, but he's uncomfortable with introducing his gay lover at a family event. Prior teases that he even calls himself "Lou" instead of "Louis" to hide any potential lisp, and says that his cousin Doris is a lesbian. Prior and Louis's cat Sheba is missing. Prior tells Louis that he thinks the cat "knows." Prior's got AIDS, and he's begun to develop lesions. Louis is angry, and he wants to know why Prior didn't tell him. Prior is afraid that Louis will leave him because he is dying.

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