Exposition: It was the year 2081 in America it is a world with hundreds more rules and regulations than we have now. We also meet George and Hazel Bergeron, two people whose son, Harrison, has been arrested by the government for being all-around too awesome. They're watching ballet on TV.
Rising Action: Things start getting interesting when Hazel starts thinking about changes she would make to the rules if she were Handicapper General.
Climax: The highest point of action in the book is when Harrison escapes and storms the stage of the ballet. In his few moments of freedom, he takes a ballerina as his Empress, frees her from her mask, and flys into the air and kissing the ceiling of the auditorium. Then he's shot dead by the Handicapper General, and everything's back to normal.
Falling Action: I'm not even sure how much George sees, because at some point, he just leaves to get a beer. You'd think someone with above-average intelligence would watch to see what happened to his son, but not George. Hazel did watch what happened, but she soon forgets about it too.
Resolution: There's nothing to resolve here because, to George and Hazel, nothing actually happened.They'll have to get their TV fixed, but aside from that, nothing's changed.