A story of White Russian emigres in New York in the 1920's. Book by: David Shaw Genre: musical comedy Playwright: Jacques Deval, Robert E. Sherwood Directed: Delbert Mann Music by: Lee Pockriss Lyrics by: Anne Croswell Production Designed: Rolf Gerard Costumes Designed: Motley Vocal Arrangements and Musical Direction: Stanley Lebowsky Lighting: John Harvey Orchestrations by: Philip J. Lang Production Manager: Jean Barrere Dances and Musical Numbers: Herbert Ross Location: Broadway Theatre, New York City Opened: Monday Eve., March 18, 1963 (Broadway Theatre) Cast: Vivien Leigh (Tatiana), Jean-Pierre Aumont, Taina Elg, George S. Irving,
John Emery, Louise Kirtland, Byron Mitchell, and Margery Gray
They really are pleased with my voice isn't it comforting? (from her letter to Jack Merivale)
The best musical of the season!
Vivien Leigh is completely enchanting and Jean-Pierre Aumont is the best of all romantic actors.
Vivien Leigh is one of nature's works of art - a vivacious, dancing and singing doll.
Jean-Pierre Aumont is perfect - a handsome treat for the ladies.