The Memorandum - Act 1, Scene 6 Summary & Analysis

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Act 1, Scene 6 Summary

Back in the Translation Center, there are the sounds of a birthday party offstage as Gross, still carrying his fire extinguisher, comes in. Maria comes in with a bag of limes and goes out. The audience hears Helena telling her to put them down. Maria comes back in, and Gross asks whether it would be possible for Helena to see him. Maria goes out to ask. She comes back in, asking why Gross is no longer Managing Director. After Gross explains what happened, she tells him he might have to wait a while for Helena to come in. Helena calls for Maria, and she goes out, leaving Gross alone.

After a brief conversation between George and Gross about how long the party is going to be, the sounds of the party fade into silence. Stroll and Savant pass through, talking in half-Ptydepe about an affair...

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