Act III Summary

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Last Updated on May 5, 2015, by eNotes Editorial. Word Count: 111

At midnight, April is complaining about her customers. Bill has had the hot water fixed. The Girl searches through receipts looking for information about Paul’s missing grandfather.

The residents realize that Jackie has abandoned her brother. Suzy comes downstairs with all her luggage and announces that she is moving to...

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At midnight, April is complaining about her customers. Bill has had the hot water fixed. The Girl searches through receipts looking for information about Paul’s missing grandfather.

The residents realize that Jackie has abandoned her brother. Suzy comes downstairs with all her luggage and announces that she is moving to a new apartment that her new friend (her pimp) has arranged for her.

After a glass of champagne, Suzy leaves. When the Girl informs Paul that she thinks she can find his grandfather, Paul tells her not to bother; he is no longer interested. As the play ends, April takes Jamie by the hand and begins to dance with him.

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Act II Summary