Not content with recruiting part of his cast from the Cafe Royale at Second avenue and Twelfth street, Earle McGill, producer and director of Richard Rohman’s comedy, “City Called Heaven,” which deals with the cafe and its characters, has arranged to obtain some “props” from the cafe, to lend verisimilitude to the scene. “City Called Heaven” opens at the Brooklyn Little Theatre next Monday, before going to Broadway.
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