One of the outstanding successes on Broadway during the 1934-35 season. Preface by George Abbott.
"This is a good play...Mr. Krasna has gathered into the lounge room of his theater a wide assortment of people, all of whom are real. Many of them you will recognize. They are already among your acquaintances. And although some of the others may not be people whom you desire for neighbors, yet I know that, at a safe distance, you will find them interesting. His people are truer than his play; and both are exciting, which, I fancy, is one of the things that really all good creative work should be." - George Abbott.>