My Fair Lady

Producers Becky Kaiser
Nicole Tom
Director Maureen Imagawa
Choreographer Mitzie Imagawa
Vocal/Musical Director Allen Chipman
Director’s Assistant Diane Stephens
Costume Coordinator Kathy Tom
Set Designer Richard Kaiser
Master Carpenters Larry Tom
Richard Kaiser
Technical Director Peter Mandel
Stage Managers Beth & Wayne Dewey
Professor Henry Higgins John Brewer
Eliza Doolittle Sandi Lewandowski
Alfred P. Doolittle Rod Pintello
Colonel Hugh Pickering Jon Reed
Mrs. Pearce April Ouellette
Mrs. Higgins Marion Pintello
Freddy Eynsford -Hill Sean Fruit
Mrs. Eynsford-Hill Tracy Van Gundy
Professor Zoltan Karpathy Dave Leon
Harry Larry Tom
Jamie Rory Redding
Mrs. Hopkins Jennifer Hamilton
Lord Boxington Dick DeBolt
Charles, the chauffer Steve Spencer
Policeman Richard Kaiser
Sir Reginald Tarrington Chris Souza
Lady Tarrington Christine McElroy
Prince Gregor David Russell
Queen of Transylvania Joyce Nehisen
Mrs. Higgins’ Maid Ariane Borgia
Cockney Quartet James Chipman
Chris Souza
David Russell
Larry Tom
Flower Girls Christine McElroy
Joy Reynolds
April Ouellette
Colleen Tom

One of the most performed musicals in America; a classic musical adaption of Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw. With Wouldn’t It Be Loverly?, With a Little Bit of Luck, The Rain in Spain, I Could Have Danced All Night, On the Street Where You Live, Get Me to the Church on Time and I’ve Grown Accustomed to Her Face it’s no wonder everyone — not just Henry Higgins — falls in love with Eliza Doolittle.


Henry Higgins made a bet that if he could get Eliza Doolittle, a poor girl who sells flowers, to speak the English language properly, she would fit into the higher class. She fails on her trip to the Ascot races (although she does catch the attention of Freddy), but when she goes to the Embassy Ball, does so well that a speech professor proclaims her to be a Hungarian princess.


Book and Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner          
Music by Frederick Lowe
Adapted from George Bernard Shaw’s play and Gabrial Pascal’s motion picture Pygmalion