Proof - Act 1 Scene 2 Summary & Analysis

David Auburn
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The next morning, Claire arranges bagels and fruit on a tray on the porch. When Catherine emerges from the shower, Claire tries to take charge of what she eats, wears and even the shampoo she uses. Catherine responds to being treated like a child with petulance, until Claire announces that she's marrying her boyfriend, Mitch. Catherine congratulates her and promises to come to New York for the wedding in January. Claire fishes for information on Catherine's future plans and her feelings about their father's death. Catherine asks about the reason for all the questions and Claire admits that the police came by while Catherine was showering. They told Claire that Catherine had made a false crime report the previous evening and that she had been verbally abusive with the police when they arrived, refusing to sign a statement or to allow them to enter the...

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