'Glass and Honey' deals with commodification of social relations and alienation in capitalist society. The character ‘Artist” speaks a text into a microphone and then writes it on the back wall. She moves building blocks that are positioned against the back wall and places them around the other character „50F“. These activities are interrupted by brief interactions between the two performers who otherwise operate in isolation from each other. At one point, „Artist“ puts her head into „50F’s“ lap, who pulls out one of the „Artist’s“ hair.