Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 10 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Eleven o'clock. Stage Manager: "Hm...eleven o'clock in Grover's Corners. Everybody's resting in Grover's Corners. Tomorrow's going to be another day. You get a good rest too. Good night."
Mr. Cartwright. Mr. Cartwright owns the first car in Grover's Corners, and is the owner of the bank and the textile mill.
6. They are: Catholic, Congregational, Presbyterian, Methodist, Unitarian, and Baptist.
Mr. Morgan. Mr. Stimson is the organist at the Congregational Church, Mr. Newsome delivers milk, and Mr. Webb is Emily's father and runs the newspaper.
Rebecca. Rebecca moved to Ohio and married an insurance man, according to the Stage Manager in his first monologue.
Sam Craig. Sam Craig is Emily Webb's cousin. He lives "out West" but has returned for Emily's funeral.
Square yards of wallpaper. George and Emily talk to each other out their bedroom windows. Emily gives George two small hints before giving him the "square yards of wallpaper" hint.
Joe and Si. Joe Crowell died in France during "a war" (presumably World War I).
Secretary and Treasurer. Although Grover's Corners is a small town (2,642 as of May 7, 1901), we never know why Emily is elected to two positions.
1899-1913. While the play begins on May 7, 1901, in Act III the Stage Manager takes Emily back to February 11, 1899. Act III takes place in summer, 1913.