Why See Pygmalion?
Shaw's battle of the classes, sexes and accents, which was the basis for the musical My Fair Lady, also peers into the hidden chambers of the human heart.
Can a blustering phonetics professor turn a Cockney flower girl into a society lady in a few months' time? George Bernard Shaw's play, based on a classical myth, reveals how people judge others (and themselves).
Previews from : 14th September 2007
Opened : 18 October 2007
Limited engagement until : 16th December 2007
Audience: Pygmalion is inappropriate for children aged 8 and under. Children under 4 years of age will not be admitted into the American Airlines Theater.
Run time: TBA
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Opening night: 14 September 2007
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