The performance included over thirty actors, ten crew members, seven band members and ten production team members. Hugh Halliday was probably a non-student professional who regularly worked with amateur groups. Philip Nunn was employee of the Faculty of Music and his association with the show was because he was a resident tutor at Trinity College at the time. Marcella Hunter was a graduate who often worked as choreographer for Trinity College.
This production combines “humour, well-known music and dance” and a political lesson. There was a controversy over posters for this production, which depicted a swastika with one of the symbol’s arms replaced by a girl’s leg. The poster had apparently been approved by Melbourne University Jewish Students Society, but the poster led to an organised protest by various students who pasted over the image.