Arab - Throughout the play, he sits at the bar in Nick's saloon responding to the newspaper headlines with the comment, "No foundation, all the way down the line."
Blick - He is a thoroughly unpleasant man, a strong man without strength--strong only among the weak.
Dudley R. Bostwick - He is well educated but without much real understanding and is frustrated with life because he has not been successful in his one quest: to find a woman.
Kit Carson - He spends most of the play drinking in Nick's saloon and telling stories of his life that sound too fantastic to be true.
Kitty Duval - Her hard and troubled childhood ultimately led her to become a prostitute after her hopes of becoming an actress were gone.
Harry - He is convinced that the world desperately needs to laugh and that he is the best man for the...
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