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My Fair Lady (March 2024)

Hailed by critics and audiences for its heart and its wit, My Fair Lady is a beautiful musical about transformation, patronage, gender politics and class, based on George Bernard Shaw’s play, Pygmalion. Acclaimed Professor and confirmed bachelor Henry Higgins makes a wager with his linguistic colleague Colonel Pickering that in six months he can pass off “gutter snipe” Eliza Doolittle as a duchess at an embassy ball. Through arduous training, day and night, Eliza learns how to speak English “properly,” and transforms into a lady respected and adored by all classes. Along the way she bewitches young Freddy Einsford-Hill into falling in love with her, and convinces a supposed linguistics expert that she is royalty. Through her transformation process, Eliza forges a deep connection with Colonel Pickering and most especially with Professor Higgins. However, she finds herself in a difficult position, now too refined to go back to her old life and not with any means or desire to live life as a lady of leisure – especially by herself. When Higgins completely fails to acknowledge Eliza’s role in her own transformation, she leaves his home. It is only then that Higgins realizes that he cares deeply for Eliza. The musical ends with Eliza’s return to Higgins’ home, and the ending is left ambiguous, yet it is beloved for being both one of the cleverest and one of the most romantic shows of all time.


Eliza Doolittle - Amanda Cirie

Henry Higgins  - Mike Boyle

Colonel Pickering - Peter Heinrich

Alfred Doolittle  - Cameron Keyes

Mrs. Higgins - Sarah Stillion

Mrs. Pearce - Krista Mercier-Corfman
Freddy Enysford-Hill- Michael Sterling
Zoltan Karpathy / Ensemble - Nigel Collier
Mrs. Eynsford-Hill  / Ensemble - Jen Clemens
Harry / Ensemble - Brad Serbus
Jamie / Ensemble  - Elliot Jakupcak
Queen of Transylvania /
Ensemble - Elizabeth Ralston


Shawn Anderson, Erin Baker, Gabrielle Benitez, Ivonne DePauli, Andra Freet, Tim Hamlin, Angie Heinrich, Joann Kim, Eric Kungl, Kelsey Lahnala, Liesl Langley, Trina Nguyen, Wendy Walcoff, Bee Wright


Violins - Myrnie Van Kempen, Jeremy Tapp, Andrew Grissom, Zack Erb, Isabella de Leon, Bethany Hermann

Viola - Daniela Grabs, Randi Beck

Cellos - Chris Worswick, Sue Zell

Bass (Acoustic) - Michael Moore 
Harp - Melissa Walsh  
Flute/Piccolo - David Hyre, Becky Lederman 
Oboe/English Horn - Shelley Reiss  
Clarinets -  Bradley Stevens, Ned Gerhart
Bassoon - Kelly Baker 

Trumpets -  Nathan Gouwens, Diego Faivre, Reed Sanderson

Trombones -  Ben Bolan, Avik Spurgeon 
French Horns - Andy Kopser  

Percussion - Steve Ash 


Director - Chris Nardine
Music Director - Paul Linnes
Choreographer- Kate Kingery
Stage Manager /Assistant Stage Manager - Kylee Hozian, Bri Villaronga
Set Designer - Brett Carr
Master Set Builders - David Guthrie, Jim Durand
Set Team - James Swantz, Abigail Maxey, Mark Bandy, Brad Serbus, Peter Heinrich

Costume Designer - Elizabeth Shipman
Costume Assistants  - Polly Peterson, Amanda Hoard and Kalee Shearer Projections -  Greg Carr
Lighting Designer - Rob Falk
Lighting Assistant - Oren Erlich
Sound Engineer - Kairon Bullock
Props Master  - Michelle Fasser
Props Assistant - Polly Peterson

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