The December 4th, 1967 issue of The Key marks Mimi Farina’s Committee debut: “The all new revue opening December 6 at THE COMMITTEE–cabaret theater at 622 Broadway–is anticipated to far outstrip their heretofore highly successful venture into the realm of ingeniously clever barbed wit and satirical lampooning of sacred cows, fetishes, political issues and timely topics. The closely knit and highly talented cast, comprised of Mimi Farina, Peter Bonerz, Barbara Bosson, Carl Gottlieb, Garry Goodrow, and Morgan Upton (backed by musicians Ellsworth Millburn and Mathieu), merrily skitters from treacherous innocence to side-splitting blockbuster with a wry humour, bright, brittle and boisterous.”