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Sullivan arrives in the city, being dropped off at the bus stop. He then recounts his story, how he left his wealthy family because of their restrictive ways. (Exposition)
Sullivan, looking for work, heads to a local jazz bar later that evening. Here he sees Marie (at this point un-named) and is captivated by her.
After they cross paths, the narrative swaps and follows Marie. Here her backstory is given, how she works as part of the ensemble despite being completely deaf.
The two meet after a night of rehearsal, and unable to communicate, she pulls him out onto the stage.
Sullivan and Marie perform together after a time gap. It is here that we see Marie and Sullivan put on their performance.
In the closing scene, the two protagonists are seen outside the theatre, with Sullivan attempting to use sign language. Marie finds his efforts funny, and the show closes here.
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