On February 26, 1960, it was reported in Stuart W. Little's theatre column in the Herald Tribune that Merv Griffin would be starring opposite Judy Johnson. Griffin did not end up in the show, but Johnnson did open the show, although she left before the three-week run was over.
A week later, on March 3, it was reported in the Times that Frank Aletter would be in the show. No role was mentioned, but Aletter ended up playing Guy, the role that Griffin would have played. Aletter, like Johnson, left the show before the run was over.