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My Fair Lady   

 
St. James Theatre , (3/25/1976 - 12/05/1976)
Lunt-Fontanne Theatre , (12/09/1976 - 2/20/1977)
First Preview:Mar 19, 1976 Total Previews:7
Opening Date:Mar 25, 1976   
Closing Date:Feb 20, 1977 Total Performances:377

Category: Musical, Comedy, Romantic Comedy, Revival, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: In and around London, 1912.


Production Staff [See More]
Theatre Owned / Operated by Jujamcyn Theaters (Samuel H. Schwartz)
Produced by Herman Levin
Produced on the screen by Gabriel Pascal
Book by Alan Jay Lerner; Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner; Music by Frederick Loewe; Adapted from "Pygmalion" by George Bernard Shaw; Musical Director: Theodore Saidenberg; Music arranged by Robert Russell Bennett and Phil Lang; Dance arrangements by Trude Rittman
Directed by Jerry Adler; Direction based on the original by Moss Hart; Choreographed by Crandall Diehl; Choreography based on the original by Hanya Holm
Production Design by Oliver Smith; Costume Design by Cecil Beaton; Lighting Design by John Gleason; Special Costume Assistant: W. Robert Lavine; Hair Design by Ray Iagnocco
General Manager: Philip Adler; Company Manager: Malcolm Allen
Production Stage Manager: Nicholas Russiyan; Stage Manager: Alisa Jill Adler
General Press Representative: Seymour Krawitz; Casting: Geri Windsor and Associates; Dance Captain: Bonnie Walker; Advertising: Lawrence Weiner Agency; Photographer: Sy Friedman
Cast
Christine Andreas Eliza Doolittle
Robert Coote Colonel Pickering
Ian Richardson Henry Higgins
George Rose Alfred P. Doolittle
Brenda Forbes Mrs. Higgins
Jerry Lanning Freddy Eynsford-Hill
Dru Alexandrine Flower Girl
Dancing Ensemble
Richard Ammon Dancing Ensemble
Sonja Anderson Servant
Singing Ensemble
Sally Benoit Dancing Ensemble
Marie Berry Dancing Ensemble
Jeremy Blanton Dancing Ensemble
Alyson Bristol Singing Ensemble
John Clarkson Harry
Lord Boxington
Zoltan Karpathy
Kevin Lane Dearinger First Bartender
Servant
Footman
Singing Ensemble
David Evans Dancing Ensemble
Clifford Fearl Butler
Second Bartender
Singing Ensemble
Lynn Fitzpatrick Servant
Singing Ensemble
Karen Gibson Servant
Queen of Transylvania
Singing Ensemble
William James Third Cockney
Flunkey
Singing Ensemble
Jack Karcher Chauffeur
Dancing Ensemble
Debra Lyman Busker
Dancing Ensemble
Kevin Marcum First Cockney
Singing Ensemble
Richard Maxon Dancing Ensemble
Mari McMinn Dancing Ensemble
Cynthia Meryl Singing Ensemble
Richard Neilson Jamie
Ambassador
Sylvia O'Brien Mrs. Pearce
Stan Page Fourth Cockney
Footman
Singing Ensemble
Vickie Patik Servant
Singing Ensemble
Eleanor Phelps Mrs. Eynsford-Hill
Stan Picus Busker
Dancing Ensemble
Ernie Pysher Busker
Dancing Ensemble
Gina Ramsel Dancing Ensemble
Catherine Rice Dancing Ensemble
Rick Schneider Dancing Ensemble
Timothy Smith Constable
Dancing Ensemble
Jack Starkey Second Cockney
Singing Ensemble
Sonja Stuart Mrs. Higgins' Maid
Dancing Ensemble
Bonnie Walker Dancing Ensemble
Margaretta Warwick Mrs. Hopkins
Lady Boxington
Standbys: Patrick Horgan (Henry Higgins) and Vickie Patik (Eliza Doolittle)
Understudies: John Clarkson (Alfred P. Doolittle), Karen Gibson (Mrs. Eynsford-Hill), William James (Freddy Eynsford-Hill), Kevin Marcum (Harry, Zoltan Karpathy), Cynthia Meryl (Mrs. Hopkins), Richard Neilson (Colonel Pickering), Stan Page (Jamie), Eleanor Phelps (Mrs. Higgins) and Margaretta Warwick (Mrs. Pearce)
Theatre World
nominee 1976 Award [recipient]
Christine Andreas
Tony Award®
winner 1976 Best Actor in a Musical [winner]
George Rose
 1976 Best Actor in a Musical [nominee]
Ian Richardson
Drama Desk Award
winner 1976 Outstanding Actor in a Musical [winner]
Ian Richardson
winner 1976 Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical [winner]
George Rose
 1976 Outstanding Director of a Musical [nominee]
Directed by Jerry Adler
 1976 Outstanding Revival [nominee]
Produced by Herman Levin
music by Frederick Loewe; lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner
ACT 1Sung By
Street Entertainers Buskers
Why Can't the English? Henry Higgins
Wouldn't It be Loverly? Eliza Doolittle and Cockneys
With a Little Bit of Luck Alfred P. Doolittle, Harry and Jamie
I'm an Ordinary Man Henry Higgins
With a Little Bit of Luck (Reprise)Alfred P. Doolittle and Ensemble
Just You Wait Eliza Doolittle
The Rain in Spain Henry Higgins, Eliza Doolittle and Colonel Pickering
I Could Have Danced All Night Eliza Doolittle, Mrs. Pearce and Maids
Ascot Gavotte Full Ensemble
On the Street Where You Live Freddy Eynsford-Hill
The Embassy Waltz Henry Higgins, Eliza Doolittle, Zoltan Karpathy and Full Ensemble
ACT 2Sung By
You Did It Henry Higgins, Colonel Pickering, Mrs. Pearce and The Servants
Just You Wait (Reprise)Eliza Doolittle
On the Street Where You Live (Reprise)Freddy Eynsford-Hill
Show Me Eliza Doolittle and Freddy Eynsford-Hill
Wouldn't It be Loverly? (Reprise)Eliza Doolittle and Cockneys
Get Me to the Church on Time Alfred P. Doolittle, Harry, Jamie and Ensemble
A Hymn to Him Henry Higgins
Without You Eliza Doolittle and Henry Higgins
I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face Henry Higgins