By Leonard Bernstein
Set in the affluence of a nameless American suburb, the story shows the disenchantment of Dinah with her philandering husband Sam, who is more interested in his career than in his family. They effect a reconcilement of sorts at the end of the opera, although it is doubtful that it will last.
|Trio||Hal Reed, Judy Gentry, Phil Bachus|
|Staged By||Bruce Rogers|
|Set Decoration||Carole Nahnsen|
|Set Crew||Eleanor Richardson, Judy Gibson|