What is the theme of Act 2 in our town?

What is the theme of Act 2 in our town?

The second act is “Love and Marriage,” and the third act, “I reckon you can guess what that’s about.” It’s 1904, just after the commencement at the high school, the time when most of the town’s young people get married, and that’s just what’s about to happen to George and Emily.

How did Mrs Gibbs died in our town?

Mrs. Gibbs died of pneumonia in Canton, Ohio while visiting Rebecca and her husband. Mrs. Gibbs greets Emily when she enters the cemetery.

Who all died in our town?

At the end of the intermission, Mrs. Gibbs, Simon Stimson, Mrs. Soames, and Wally Webb, among others, take their seats. All of these characters have died in the intervening years between Act II and Act III, and the stage has become the local cemetery, situated at the top of a hill overlooking Grover’s Corners.

How did Wally die in our town?

Wally Webb Emily’s younger brother. Wally is a minor figure, but he turns up in Act III among the group of dead souls. Wally dies young, the result of a burst appendix on a Boy Scout trip.

Why is the play called Our Town?

Our Town, Our Town… The events and themes that occupy the citizens of Grover’s Corners are universal – hence the title, Our Town.

Who hung himself in our town?

Simon Stimson

Did Emily die in our town?

Emily has died from giving birth to her second child. She goes to the cemetery plot where her body will rest. Emily sits next to Mrs.

What does Mr Webb say about drinking culture and social injustice in Grover’s Corners?

Webb say about drinking, culture and social injustice in Grover’s Corners? They are just as concerned as everyone else is about social injustice, but, like everyone else, they haven’t found a solution yet. What does Emily say she’ll do for George? She will help him study — give him “hints” about schoolwork problems.

What is the plot of the play Our Town?

Our Town is a 1938 metatheatrical three-act play by American playwright Thornton Wilder which won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. The play tells the story of the fictional American small town of Grover’s Corners between 1901 and 1913 through the everyday lives of its citizens.