Produced in New York by Alfred de Liagre, Jr. Essie Stuyvesant's valiant effort to keep the wolf from the door of her elegant house in New York plunges her into a day of action that would send a weaker woman into collapse. The day is further complicated by a blessed event upstairs, the muddled troubles of her two daughters, a fierce and independent nurse, and a thieving butler. How the tangled problems are cleared up is told in three acts of hilarious farce-comedy interwoven with touching undertones of forthright and human sentiment.
"Mr. Langley has written an animated cartoon. . . harum-scarum comedy." - New York Times.
"This gives Broadway another dash of the 'You Can't Take It With You' type of domestic comedy." - Variety.