Show Business: Broadway's Golden Ladies

A pair of top producers have a long string of hits

Elizabeth McCann has a recurring nightmare. It is first night on Broadway, and the curtain is about to rise on a play that she has produced. The chandeliers sparkle, the red carpeting looks freshly laid, the giltwork on the ceiling positively glows, as if waiting for the gates of heaven itself to open. And there is total, absolute and terrifying silence. She is the only one in the hall. No one else has bothered to come.

Fortunately, when she wakes up, McCann has her...

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