My Romance, an operetta based on Edward Sheldon's play Romance, opened a pre-Broadway tryout on Feb. 12, 1948, at the Shubert in New Haven. The book and lyrics were by Rowland Leigh, with music by Denes Agay and additional music by Philip Redowski. Reviews were not favorable and its pre-Broadway run was extended, but in May it closed in Chicago, canceling its Broadway opening. But it was soon resurrected with a major change: A new composer was hired, namely Sigmund Romberg. Neither Agay nor Redowski was credited for this new version, and presumably none of their music was retained. A number of cast members from the first version were also in the second version.