July 19 to August 11, 2019
Can a flower girl become a lady?
Tues. to Sun. matinees at 2pm
Wed. and Sat. evenings at 8pm
Director: Laurel Smith
Set Designer: Holly Meyer-Dymny
Costume Designer: Renate Seiler
Lighting Designer/Production Manager: Wesley McKenzie
Stage Manager: Jess Preece
Jennifer Dzialoszynski as Eliza Doolittle
Jeffrey Aarles as Henry Higgins
Nicholas Rice as Col. Pickering
Ian Deakin as Alfred Doolitle
Elva Mai Hoover as Mrs. Higgins
Sarah Evans as Mrs. Pearce and Mrs. Eynsford Hill
Connor Williamson as Freddy Eynsford Hill
Mallory Brumm as Clara Eynsford Hill
Brooke Trealout as Flower Girl and Maid
Tyler Street as Cockney and Footman
Comic sparks fly when a bombastic professor of dialects tries to turn a working-class flower girl into an upper-class lady, in this most popular of Shaw’s plays (the basis for the musical My Fair Lady). Full of unforgettable Shavian characters – Henry Higgins, Eliza Doolittle, Colonel Pickering, and Alfred Doolittle, among others – it’s a legendary satire on class, gender, and particularly British mannerisms all served up with gentle and loving humour.
Pre-show Talks by Matthew Behrens, Associate Producer, explain the history, story, background, and social/cultural context of the play and playwright and are included with the price of your ticket. Pre-show Talks are presented at 1:30pm before each matinee, and at 7:30pm before each evening performance.