Synopsis by Sandra Brennan
That new-fangled swing music is the focus of this musical comedy. The trouble begins when a music school dean boards a train to meet her husband the symphony conductor. En route she meets Harry James, the big band leader. She is deeply impressed by the swingin' beat of the new music. It becomes her newest passion. Unfortunately, back at her school, her superiors do not share her enthusiasm and she is fired. She remains determined to introduce the kids to the new sound. She and James team up to perform the music on campus. Songs include: "As If I Didn't Have Enough on My Mind," "I Didn't Mean a Word I Said," "Moonlight Propaganda," and "Do You Love Me?"
band [music group], Big-Band, college, conductor [music], dean, hearing [sense], husband, leader, love, music, musical [play], music-school, school, swing-music, symphony, symphony-conductor, teacher, train [locomotive], unemployment