Nicholas Hudson, as Oscar Jaffe, emotes, whileAngela Grippo, as Ida Webb, watches, in a scene from “The Twentieth Century” at the Studio Playhouse. Chris Shannon/For Montclair Local

The final show in Studio Playhouse’s season is “The Twentieth Century,” adapted by Ken Ludwig from on the play by Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur, based on the unproduced play “Napoleon of Broadway” by Charles B. Millholland, from June 2 through June 17.

“Come along as we ride the stylish Twentieth Century, LTD as it speeds from Chicago to New York. Meet the flamboyant and egocentric theatrical impresario Oscar Jaffe,” Studio Playhouse writes in a release. “Being broke won’t stop Jaffe. He just got the rights to a new play, and plans to lure the famous Lily Garland back onto the stage.—not to mention back into his bed.”

Studio Playhouse is at 14 Alvin Place. For more information visit studioplayhouse.org, or call 973-744-9752.