“A Connecticut Yankee”
Music by Richard Rodgers
Lyrics by Lorenz Hart
Book by Herbert Fields
Based on the Book by Mark Twain
On the eve of his wedding, our hero receives an unexpected visit from his former fiancee. When his current wife-to-be finds them together, she knocks the fellow out cold with - what else? - a champagne bottle. He awakes to find himself transported back to the days of Camelot where he charms King Arthur's court and is soon put in charge of industrializing the country. He falls in love only the have his armour kidnapped by the King's hilariously evil sister. He awakes from his prophetic dream realizing that he almost marrie dthe wrong girl.