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The Producers Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 2, Scene 3 Summary

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Act 2, Scene 3 Summary

Finally, it is Opening Night for Springtime for Hitler, and two usherettes enter the stage singing about Max's latest show and whether or not it will be a hit. A workman puts up a sign touting "Opening Night," but also shows the sign's other side that states "Closing Night."

Max and Leo arrive at the theatre in their evening wear, and Leo begins to don a producer's hat, but Max cautions him that he has not yet earned the right. Ulla rushes in running late for her makeup and costume. She stops to adjust Leo's tie in a moment of tenderness.

A German sidecar pulls up to the theatre, and Franz steps out instructing his driver to return after the last curtain call. Franz has to put on his Hitler mustache, and he is ready to go onstage. All the theatregoers...

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