36 Views - Act 1, Scenes 10-11 Summary & Analysis

Naomi Iizuka
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Appearing in a narrow spotlight, Dr. Hearn briefly reads a portion of the manuscript Claire found on John's desk as the scene transitions into scene 11. A stagehand dressed all in black with his face covered brings in a covered screen as she reads. After uncovering the screen, the stagehand slowly removes all of his black clothing, finally removing the cloth over his face--it's John Bell.

In Scene 11, Claire has just brought the screen into Darius' office and meets John there. He praises her work, but she goes off on a diatribe about how art isn't art, but merely expensive decoration for rich people. She tells him he can't romanticize the profession he's in, that everything is about market value, and he grossly underestimates his own value. Outlining his impressive qualifications--he speaks most major Asian languages and has high academic qualifications--she tells him he should...

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