The Producers - Study Guide Act 2, Scene 9 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2, Scene 9 Summary

In this last scene, Max and Leo enter from opposite sides of the stage. Each man is dressed, once more, in their tuxedo, but with no hats. Max carries two hats and hands one to Leo. Now, both men don their producer's hats, shake hands and sing about their friendship and commitment to produce plays in a long-term partnership.

As the scene draws to a close, Max and Leo turn and walk together into a huge sunset backdrop.

Act 2, Scene 9 Analysis

The play ends with the ultimate message of the value of loyalty and friendship as the true rewards in life. Brooks wants readers to understand that it is important to accept each friend for both positive and negative characteristics. Max and Leo have a second chance at friendship, as well as, a business partnership and have reconnected to forge an even stronger bond with...

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