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My Fair Lady the musical takes the famous George Bernard Shaw play and adds a little oomph with punchy msuical numbers. Opening the classic storyline to a wider audience, My Fair Lady the musical has enchanted theatergoers! Purchase My Fair Lady theater tickets now.
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My Fair Lady Theater Tickets

Based on the play “Pygmalion” by George Bernard Shaw, the musical “My Fair Lady” has been a Broadway favorite since its debut in 1956. Julie Andrews, Rex Harrison and Stanley Holloway starred in the original production. The show’s popularity propelled it on to multiple revivals in 1976, 1981, 1993 and 2014, including a 1964 film version with Audrey Hepburn. My Fair Lady tickets will bring a Broadway classic back to life for any theater attendee.

Set in the early 20th century, the show tells the story of love and linguistics. Eliza Doolittle, a poor girl with a strong cockney accent, catches Professor Henry Higgins’ ear. The professor of elocution is astounded by how poorly Doolittle speaks. Over-confident in his ability to cure a poor accent, Higgins is conned into making a bet with his friend Colonel Hugh Pickering. Pickering challenges Higgins to make Doolittle sound as proper as an aristocrat. Doolittle subsequently takes elocution lessons from Higgins, where she improves in not only her manner of speaking, but also her outlook on life. The story soon sends Doolittle off to a ball, and here her skills are tested. Triumphant in her success, Doolittle is forced to contemplate what she hopes to gain from her education.