As Bees in Honey Drown - Act 1, Scene 6 Summary & Analysis

Douglas Carter Beane
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Act 1, Scene 6 Summary

In a bedroom in an expensive hotel, Wyler works in his notebook as Alexa comes in, wearing a hotel bathrobe. She sits on the bed and puts on her makeup, saying she doesn't want him looking at her. She talks about heading out to Hollywood and starting to pitch the treatment for their film, but he tells her that his writing is going slowly. He repeats that he is not good at listening to people, figuring out what's going on in their minds and - Alexa finishes the statement, "summing it up in short, clever sentences." She says that it doesn't matter. He's sensitive and talented, and he'll write a great treatment. She adds that she's got them booked on a plane for Hollywood the following morning. She chatters about all the things that need to be done before they go, but Wyler...

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