Americas best known gangster, Al Capone, is the single greatest symbol of the collapse of law and order in the United States during the 1920s Prohibition era. An immigrant's son who chose the back door to the American way, insisting he was just a businessman, rode the tide of the roaring 20's thirst for pleasure and forgetfulness to world prominence. He happened because America let him happen. King of the City, a one-man show written by and starring Robert Gallo, is a look at the humor and horror of the mercurial personality behind the mobster. Brutal and charming, discover why more than one man said, "I Would Kill For Al."