The Many Faces of Man was set to an electronic score by Dr. Myron Schaeffer and, according to Nancy's choreographic notes, was rooted in the idea that "Man's technological achievements and ambitions are far beyond his development as a human being". It was divided into three scenes: Evolution, Biblical and Contemporary. From Nancy's choreographic notes we get a sense of what happened on stage. It was later expanded and renamed "the children who wait in the dusk"; the expanded work debuted in Toronto on May 15, 1962. The majority of the images in this tour are from the expanded production.