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In Act II, a new Betty, played by a new actor, acquires a sense of independence and evolves into the play's protagonist. This Betty is older, however, and prone to long-winded lectures and unsolicited comment. The new Betty finds independence intriguing, but frightening and her relationship to her children Victoria and Edward often seems to be the only thing to keep her sane.
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