Rabbit Hole: Play - Act 1 - Scene 2 Summary & Analysis

David Lindsay-Abaire
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Summary

Howie Corbett, Becca’s husband, is introduced in Scene Two. The couple is finishing dessert in their living room as Becca elaborates on her disapproval of Izzy. She does not believe that her sister was sober the night of the fight, and grows increasingly frustrated with Izzy’s irresponsible behavior. Howie, who has more distance from the situation, makes light of the encounter. This response irritates Becca, so Howie begins to shift the conversation. He dims the lights as they discuss what to get Izzy for her birthday. Becca proposes getting her sister a bathroom set: a very practical gift. Howie suggests that it is an odd choice, and Becca becomes defensive again. He chooses to drop the subject. The conversation shifts to a recent squash game Howie played with his friend Rick. Becca inquires about Rick’s wife, Debbie, and their...

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