The Teahouse of the August Moon - Act 2, Scene 1 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2, Scene 1 Summary

The scene begins with Sakini addressing the audience once more. He talks about the sun being the most traveled person in the universe, because it visits each person all over the world every day. Sakini continues by stating that Tobiki is becoming a place of industry and democracy, as well as the new home of a geisha girl.

Fisby enters and asks Sakini where the Chief of Agriculture and the Chief of Police have gone. Sakini tells the Captain that the men are moving Lotus Blossom's personal things to the village. Fisby is perturbed at the intrusion to his operations, and Sakini misinterprets his aggravation as jealousy that the other men are spending time with Lotus Blossom.

Fisby confirms to Sakini that he has no interest in Lotus Blossom and does not approve of the concept of a geisha. Higa Jiga arrives at Fisby's office...

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