Max and Leo are the center of The Producers, particularly the evolution of their friendship and how it changes them. Cite specific examples from the script.
Part 1) Compare and contrast Max and Leo. How are the men similar? How are they different?
Part 2) How does Max and Leo change over the course of the play? Do they change each other? How is this known?
Part 3) How does Leo's abandonment of Max test their friendship? Why Leo leave him?
Part 4) What do each of men teach each other? Do they emerge from their ordeal better people?
Max's morality is called severely into question several times throughout the play. Focus on the little old ladies and his treatment of them. Make a case that Max is a bad person for how he used them or that he was in a morally gray area because he gives them whatever they want...
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