Composer: Edward Thomas
Lyricist: Martin Charnin

Opened: November 18, 1967, National Theatre, Washington, D.C.
Performances: Closed out of town

Note: Only material not found on the 1995 York Theatre revival cast recording is noted below. A revised version of this show opened on December 11, 1968 at the Theatre de Lys, N.Y.C. under the title BALLAD FOR A FIRING SQUAD and ran for seven performances.

In Madrid:

1. Demo, Private LP UR4M-1020 (unidentified singer)

Unrecorded Material:

The Arrest Ballet (inst.)
Interrogation Ballet (inst.)
Mata Hari In Spain (cut)
Mata Hari's Dance At The Salon (later used in BALLAD FOR A FIRING SQUAD as "Dance At The Salon)
There Is No You
There Will Be Love Again
This Is Not A Very Nice War (cut)