The Producers - Study Guide Act 1, Scene 5 Summary & Analysis

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It is now nearly dawn of the next day, and Max and Leo are still reading scripts in Max's office. Leo is fatigued, but Max urges his new partner on until they find a script which is bound to fail. The men return to their reading. Soon, Max rises to share the perfect script, destined to be a catastrophe and guaranteed to close in one night.

Max hands the script to Leo, who reads the title, Springtime for Hitler, A Gay Romp with Adolf and Eva at Berchtesgaden. Leo is appalled that Max could consider such an atrocity. The musical's author is a man named, Franz Liebkind, who lives in New York City's Greenwich Village. Max quickly sums up the address and knows that Franz is used to off Broadway experimental theater and no parking places.

Max declares that he and Leo must obtain the...

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