Moss Hart’s Act One, which Lincoln Middle Theater introduced in 2014 as a play written and directed through James Lapine, is among the nice American memoirs, an excellent memorial to a bygone age stuffed with all of the marvel, drama, and heartbreak that surrounded Broadway within the early 20th century. Hart’s tale impressed a era of theatergoers, dramatists, and readers all over the place as he eloquently chronicled his impoverished formative years and his lengthy, made up our minds combat to achieve the outlet night time of his first Broadway hit. Act One is the integral American good fortune tale.