It's a book about show business, where fame is the stock in trade. Each year there are hundreds of stagestruck kids arrive in New York determined to crash the theatre, firmly convinced they're destined to be famous Broadway stars or playwrights.
We'll begin with the law that governs the life of everyone of the 999 from the day he or she first arrives in New York, which was first explained to me by a stage manager named Bill Flanagan. Flanagan's law of the theater is: "No matter what happens to you, it's unexpected.
DARLING AM HYSTERICAL WITH EXCITEMENT ITS NOT THE LIVING END ITS FLANAGANS LAW LOVE AND CHEERS