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These cookies do not store any personally identifiable information. Maurrant appears at her window and tells him to come upstairs, as Mr. Maurrant has gone on his business trip and Rose will be at the funeral all morning. As Sankey hurries upstairs he passes Sam coming out of the house, who looks up at the window and sees Mrs. Maurrant pulling the shades shut.
Sam sits on the stoop and reads a book, as James Henry, a city-marshall, and Fred Cullen, his assistant, appear. They call Henry Davis up and tell him that they're here to dispossess the Hildebrand family, and that since she has made no arrangements to have the furniture taken away, they'll have to dump it on the sidewalk. Henry goes back into the cellar as the two men enter the house. Maurrant returns, having changed his mind about the business trip.
He sees the shades pulled shut and becomes furious. Sam pleads with him not to enter the house but he pushes him aside and runs upstairs. Maurrant is heard screaming, and then two gunshots. Sankey appears at the window in terror, he tries to escape but Maurrant pulls him back inside and shoots him. Panic ensues, as Maurrant exits the house, covered in blood, and points his revolver at the crowd of gatherers in order to make his escape.
Policemen, paramedics, concerned neighbors flood the scene. Rose returns from the funeral and sees the concerned crowd.
Lonely House Lyrics: At night when everything is quiet / This old house seems to breathe a sigh / Sometimes I hear a neighbor snoring / Sometimes I hear a. Street Scene is an American opera by Kurt Weill (music), Langston Hughes ( lyrics), and Elmer .. Sam returns onstage and sings of his crippling loneliness ( Lonely House). Sam goes into the house, then Rose enters with her boss, Harry Easter.
Sam tries to keep her back but she cannot be restrained. Maurrant's body is brought out of the house on a stretcher and taken to the hospital and the citizens rush after the ambulance, as Rose, quietly crying in Sam's arms, follows. The curtain slowly falls as the two city-marshalls continue bringing the Hildebrand furniture out onto the sidewalk. Two young nursemaids appear at the house and sing about the scandal of the murder that has already spread around the city, as they try to quiet the children they are looking after Lullaby.
As the nursemaids leave, Rose enters, dressed in black. She asks Officer Murphy, the policeman who is still in her apartment, if they have found her father yet, and he tells her that they haven't. Sam enters and tells Rose that he has taken Willie from school round to her aunt's house. Shirley enters and expresses her condolences to Rose, and the two of them go up to Rose's apartment together, as Rose is afraid to go up alone.
Sam tells his grandfather that the police are going to make him testify against Maurrant, when two shots are heard in the distance. Buchanan and Olsen run on and tell Sam and Rose who has run out of the house, alerted by the noise that the police have found her father hiding in the basement of a house down the street.
Two policemen bring on Maurrant, who is covered in blood and dirt. The officers are taking him away when he begs for one minute with his daughter, which they grant him. The officers take Maurrant off, and Rose and Sam are left alone onstage. Rose starts to enter the house when Sam asks what she's going to do.
She tells him she'll go away, but when he says that he'll go with her as they discussed that morning, Rose says she has to go off alone. Sam finally confesses to Rose that he is in love with her, and that his life is nothing without her. Rose says that her parents have proved that two people do not belong together, and she says goodbye to Sam Don't Forget The Lilac Bush.
Shirley comes out of the house and hands Rose a suitcase full of her things. Rose starts walking off, then returns and swiftly kisses Sam, but he breaks away and goes abruptly into the house. Rose stands looking after him, then picks up her bag and walks off. Jones appear and immediately begin gossiping about Rose and Easter hanging around on the street late last night Ain't It Awful, The Heat?
Reprise , as they once again lament the unbearable heat and the curtain slowly falls. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Kurt Weill's Street Scene". May , accessed May 4, Essays on Kurt Weill , ed. Kowalke , New Haven: Yale University Press , p. Whitworth, Jordan February 8, Print article differs significantly from online press release. Cultural Resuena in Spanish.