|Music||Louis Bellson |
|Lyrics||Richard Ney |
Set in a piazza in the Italian resort town of Portofino, the convoluted plot involves auto-racing duke Nicky; his Texan rival Kitty; his granddaughter Angela, a practicing witch; the local padre; and his look-alike Guido, an emissary from the devil.
The Broadway production, directed by Karl Genus and choreographed by Charles Weidman and Ray Harrison with lighting by Lee Watson, opened on February 21, 1958 at the Adelphi Theatre, where it ran for three performances. The cast included Georges Guétary as Nicky, Helen Gallagher as Kitty, Jan Chaney as Angela, and Robert Strauss as both the padre and Guido. It got a number of negative reviews.
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- Portofino, Internet Broadway Database, accessed September 25, 2018
- Mandelbaum, p. 28
- Maney, Richard. "Why Can't They Tell It's a Turkey?", New York Times, 8 March 1959.
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