When his valet dies suddenly, the famous painter Priam Farll resolves to escape the limelight by changing identity and passing himself off as the down-to-earth Henry Leek.
His relief at getting out of this world alive is soon complicated by the arrival of Alice Challice, a merry-ish widow with designs on him.
Despite its London setting, this delightful tale of marriage and other mistakes has never been staged in the UK.
Music by Jule Styne, lyrics by Vip Harburg and book by Nunnally Johnson. Directed by Paul Foster.
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