I would first decide how you want to structure your summary. You could either summarize the entire play by summarizing all three acts, and then write the analysis section after the entire summary, or you could divide both the summary and analysis into three pieces. The second option is my recommendation for summarizing and analyzing a play. Summarize act 1 in as many paragraphs as you need. Then provide an analysis of act 1 in some following separate paragraphs. Do that set-up for each of the three acts. At a minimum,this will produce 6 paragraphs.
When summarizing the acts of the play, focus on what happens and who is involved. Stick with concrete details. The summary is not the place to put in your own thoughts and interpretations of events. That's what the analysis section is for. You can choose to analyze as much or as little as you would like, but I definitely recommend focusing on character development and theme development. The analysis could also examine the writing style, tone, mood, historical context, literary devices used, and so on.