Bravo! (1948)

By Edna Ferber and George S. Kaufman

Kaufman and Ferber to the backstage life of theater, this time in a theatrical boarding house in New York, where the "star performer" is a Hungarian émigré, a playwright who dreams of recreating his brilliant theatrical troupe in America. Surrounded by the colorful figures of other artists struggling to make it in Show Biz, Zoltan Laszko makes a go of it, thanks to pluck and luck only found in the Big Apple.

9m, 7w; one set
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