Opened and closed in Philadelphia. It was to have moved on to Pittsburgh on January 13th, and then Chicago on January 20th. In Chicago, the title was to have changed to Meet the Elite.
The production cost $120,000.
The sets by Stewart Chaney were praised by critics more than the performance itself. The production itself was quite lavish. The set boasted a ferris wheel and a spiral slide like they had at Coney Island.
After the closing, they were put in storage in anticipation of the show re-opening. That never happened by the sets were reused in the Vernon Duke/John LaTouche musical The Lady Comes Across the following year. The Lady Comes Across, coincidentally, flopped, closing after 3 nights.