We opened "Napoleon and Josephine" in Omaha on a Monday and called it a tragedy. On Tuesday, we called it a comedy. On Wednesday, we called it off. Moral of the story is there's no such thing as bad towns, only bad plays. Isn't that right, Jimmy?
First rule of the American theater: The audience is never wrong. Do you remember when you put on "Romeo and Juliet" in the Bronx, and when it was all over, the audience cried out for the author? Not wishing to disappoint so discerning an audience, ...