Y2K Summary & Study Guide

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Astrakhan Enters

Y2K begins with Astrakhan in the spotlight on stage, stating that he is everywhere and on the hunt. Like the Greek chorus, Astrakhan introduces the play, explains the action, and concludes the drama.

Living Room Scene 1

Astrakhan declares that he can see everything and that no one can hide from him.

The spotlight moves to the Elliots. Joseph tries to tell Joanne about his interrogation, but she tells him about his daughter Emma's receiving a crank call, which sounded as though it were in Joseph's voice.

The lights return to Astrakhan. With increasing arrogance, Astrakhan states that he is a "Master of Downloading." He admits to toying with others through his knowledge of computers.

As the action returns to the Elliots, Joseph explains his interrogation. Joanne reveals why she was unable to listen to Joseph earlier: she has had a run-in with her ex-husband, Francis...

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