New York: Playbill, Incorporated, 1957.
Theater program. 11pp. Stapled wrappers. Some wear with writing and a stamp on the rear wrap, and a moderate crease, about near fine. A program for the debut performance in Washington, D.C. at the Sam S. Shubert Theater exactly a month before its Broadway opening. This version of the production includes Robert Loggia, who was replaced after two weeks by Cliff Robertson. The play next stopped in Philadelphia for two weeks and then Broadway where it ended its run after just two months and 68 performances. Few of the original playbills were printed and still fewer survive. Scarce.