For Writing Challenge #46: Spin it Up. Plot devices given: Revolt, 20's Gangster, Theatre Backstage Bull “Everything’s Jake, Doll, now why don’t you forget this hooey and go get into make-up.”“I ain’t playing second fiddle anymore, Bill. That dumb Dora ain’t got nothing on me!”Bill sighed, rolling his eyes as he turned away from her, stepping down off the stage.“You don’t wanna play second fiddle, Doll? Prove I should give you the whole orchestra!” The Balaban & Katz Chicago Theatre, one f the most popular joints in town, is in booming business. The shows are spectacular, the Dame’s beautiful, and the audience are guaranteed a good time. However, behind the scenes, everything isn’t quite as it seems. Nobody would have thought that the owners were on the take, a river of backwater deals and bootleg bottles sending the money flowing into the owner’s pockets. “I ain’t no Gum-shoe, Boss.”“I know, Fella, I know, but I ain’t got nobody else!” The Bull are onto the Balaban & Katz, they’re sending in undercover coppers to flush out the shady dealing, but what they never realised was that they’re not dealing with a couple of first time Fish, they’re sending their men into a powder keg, forcing them into the acting role of a lifetime. “You’re offering some heavy sugar!”“It’s on the level.”“Your level and mine must be quite different, you’re talking about bumping off a hell of a lot-a people.”“It’ll make life better, for everyone!”“Yeah, well, let’s keep that between me and you, ay Sunshine? Just you and me.” Behind the scenes, there are those planning to revolt against the totalitarian government, and the Balaban & Katz is the perfect stage. From the cast to the stage hands, everyone has a role to play, and with everyone acting because their lives depend on it... Can you tell a Bull from a Broadway Star?