Written by George Bernard Shaw
Directed by Carol Howarth
A bedraggled cockney flower girl … and a professor who needs a lesson.
Passing for a duchess at an ambassador’s garden party, Eliza Doolittle assumes a veneer of gentility and impeccable speech. Lampooned by professor of phonetics Henry Higgins, Eliza defies the odds - and societal standards - to prove the deep value in variety.
George Bernard Shaw’s satirical masterpiece is beautifully told and becomes a story of today when viewed through Phamaly’s eyes. Come speak our language of love, power, and identity; and be transported to a world of manners and mannerisms.
Friday, March 3 is a Sensory Friendly Performance. Click here for information.