Stage Door. - Act II, Scene 2 Summary & Analysis

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Act II, Scene 2 Summary

The setting is the living room of the Footlights Club in the evening about two months later.

Sam is waiting for Bobby. Big Mary suggests that she and Little Mary go see Keith's play. Little Mary responds that there is an eight-week advance for ticket sales. Frank forgot to give Terry a message from Mr. Kingsley. He rushes upstairs to tell her right when Keith walks in wearing an elegant evening tux. Terry comes downstairs wearing everyday clothes which, according to Keith, are not appropriate. It is opening night, they are dining at 21 after the show, and, going to Gilman's penthouse for a party. They argue about sitting in the third-row center versus the gallery. The people in the third-row take the attention away from the play, Terry tells him. Keith reveals that he's moving to Hollywood to write...

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