Blue Surge - Act 1, Scene 1 Summary & Analysis

Rebecca Gilman
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Act 1, Scene 1 Summary

Sandy is a massage therapist who works in a massage parlor in the Midwest. She is very young, just 19 years old, and clearly new at her profession. She is also very thin, flat-chested and not very attractive. Curt is one of Sandy's clients. He comes in for a massage, but hopes for more than a just a massage. As he takes off his shirt, pants, shoes and socks Sandy gets a form for him to sign. He leaves his underwear on and is reluctant to sign the paper, but she tells him it's just a waiver for pre-existing medical conditions. He signs it "Bill" and Sandy starts her massage. Curt doesn't like the oil she uses because it smells like Bengay.

As Sandy massages Curt he persistently asks if she does more than massages. He implies that he knows massage therapists...

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