Millennium Approaches - Act 1, Bad News, Scenes 7-9 Summary & Analysis

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Act 1, Bad News, Scenes 7-9 Summary

A week later, Prior is dreaming he's at a makeup table applying drag makeup, and Harper is hallucinating. The two meet in their mutual dream-world. Harper appears, confused at seeing someone she doesn't know in her hallucination, brought on by too much Valium, and surprised at a man wearing makeup. Prior explains that it's his dream and that he's gay. Harper is depressed by the limits of imagination, and she intuits that Prior is sick. Then she asks Prior to tell her something she doesn't know, and he tells Harper that her husband is gay. At first, she denies it, but then she seems to realize that it makes sense. Before she leaves, Harper tells Prior that deep within him, his core is free of disease. Prior begins smearing his makeup, and a feather falls...

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