George Rand Jr. longs for city life and when he gets his wish, he discovers he may lose everything if he cannot resist the temptation. Shortly after his death, Clyde Fitch’s last play, The City opened on Broadway to universal acclaim. Corruption, ambition, greed, scandal. . . how could Fitch know his play would still resonate 100 years later? Amazingly, it does - - loud and clear!
Added by nohonora on November 15, 2009