Seascape - Act 2 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2 Summary

As the act opens, Nancy and Charlie are still in their submissive positions as Leslie and Sarah, the lizards, tentatively approach. Nancy is completely open to the experience but Charlie is in a state of panic, declaring that a poke from one of the creatures will guarantee a scream. After poking the humans, who don't move, Leslie and Sarah determine that there is no immediate danger.

True to their personalities, Nancy is fascinated by the lizards while Charlie is apprehensive. Leslie and Sarah approach the humans again, with Leslie poking Charlie hard in an effort to elicit a response. Finally, Charlie engages in conversation with Leslie after Nancy has spoken to Sarah.

Nancy and Sarah are comfortable with each other right away but Charlie and Leslie remain uncertain. Nancy urges her husband to talk to Leslie, assuring Charlie that the lizard creatures seem harmless. Because of the...

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