The Producers - Act 1, Scene 7 Summary & Analysis

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Act 1, Scene 7 Summary

The next stop for Max and Leo is the apartment of Roger DeBris, a notoriously bad director known for disastrous stage productions and an openly homosexual lifestyle. Max and Leo ring the doorbell, which rings the notes to the song "I Feel Pretty" and are greeted by Roger's assistant, Carmen Ghia, who introduces himself as Roger's common law assistant.

Roger makes a grand entrance into the room, dressed in a long ball gown. He greets Max and Leo and states that he loved Max's production of Funny Boy. Roger explains the ball gown as a costume for this evening's Choreographer's Ball and dons a tiara explaining that he is supposed to be the Grand Duchess Anastasia, but looks more like the Chrysler Building.

Max asks if Roger has had a chance to read the script for Springtime for Hitler, and Roger thinks it...

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