Staged in the Bajor Gizi Saloon, the solo performance of Nelli Szűcs is imagined as a tribute to one of the greatest stars of Hungarian theatre, Sári Fedák. She was the original prima donna; an international superstar acclaimed from Budapest to New York. She had a brief and turbulent marriage with Ferenc Molnár. After 1945, she was disgraced due to unfounded allegations, and was never allowed to perform again. She went through both heaven and hell, being a much celebrated and much hated figure.