Book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner.
Music by Frederick Loewe.
Directed by James O’Neil.
This intimate version of the legendary Lerner and Loewe classic follows the progress of Professor Henry Higgins, an arrogant and attractive phonetician who makes a wager that he can transform a “deliciously low” flower girl (Eliza Doolittle) into a lady by teaching her to speak more beautifully. The magnificent score includes “I Could Have Danced All Night,” “On the Street Where You Live” and “I’ve Grown Accustomed to Her Face.” Director James O’Neil returns to the source material to explore the Shavian themes of class struggle, social reform and women’s rights.