Night Hostess

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Night Hostess is a play written by Philip Dunning that premiered on Broadway on September 12, 1928 at the Martin Beck Theatre. The play, starring Gail De Hart, John L. Kearney, and Averell Harris, centered on the lounge of the "Little Casino," an exclusive gambling establishment in New York City.

Screen legend Katharine Hepburn (using the alias "Katharine Burns") made her Broadway debut in Night Hostess, playing the bit part of "Other Hostess".