The Producers - Study Guide Act 1, Scene 2 Summary & Analysis

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This scene opens in Max's rundown office, cluttered with theatre paraphernalia and personal items. It's obvious that Max has been living in the office. Max is lying on a large leather sofa when a soft knock at the door announces the arrival of a timid looking man, named Leo Bloom. Leo announces himself as an accountant from the firm of Whitehall and Marks. He's come to do Max's books. Leo is dressed professionally, but his clothes are a little worn, matching his demeanor.

Before Leo can get started, an old woman Max calls Hold Me-Touch Me arrives, and Max sends Leo to the bathroom to hide. Max goes to a cabinet where he keeps framed photographs of all the old women who are his benefactresses and retrieves the picture of Hold Me-Touch Me to put it on display.

Hold Me-Touch Me enters the room and...

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