The Encore Musical Theatre Company Presents, My Fair Lady

. August 1, 2016.
My-Fair-Lady

Adapted from George Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion, My Fair Lady debuted on Broadway, became an Oscar-winning movie, has been performed on stages across the world and now comes to Washtenaw County courtesy of The Encore Musical Theatre Company. The musical follows Eliza Doolittle (Jessica Grové) a Cockney flower girl with an accent to match, and Henry Higgins (Danny Gerroll), a phoenticist determined to turn Eliza into a lady. In the process, Eliza leaves her life behind, but it is Henry that must learn how to act like a gentleman. Directed by multiple Tony Award-winner Tony Walton.

Thursday, August 4-Sunday, August 28.
3pm Thursdays, Saturdays & Sundays | 7pm Thursday |
8pm Friday & Saturday | $26-$32
Discounted group prices available.
Encore Musical Theatre | 3126 Broad St. | Dexter
734-268-6200 | theencoretheatre.org

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