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Talented cast, although wish Professor Higgins was played by an older actor. Sound quality was not good. Very difficult to hear, especially Eliza in the opening scenes. I didn’t appreciate the “powerful” ending. I really just wanted to see the classic story. Not everything has to have a “point”. I think I would have skipped it if I knew. Saw the show in Boston many years ago and it was stellar compared to this one.
Jess K. from Springfield, Missouri
GREAT LEADING LADY….THE REST, MEH.
Had I not seen the movie 3 dozen times I would never have caught on because the sound was so bad in the opening act. I have seen many shows at JKH and this sound was AWFUL. Lows were almost indiscernible and highs were so high to be painful. Sets were okay. Repetitive. The leading lady stole the show. Henry Higgins was alright. The ending two scenes were so long I almost fell asleep. Boring. And the drag queens were not my favorite addition. No need to be woke with a classic, REALLY???? And that ending? What the heck. NO. Would never see again.
J. Hendrix from Springfield, Missouri
COULD HAVE BEEN BETTER
Glad to hear others thought the sound was terrible. Eliza's initial east end cockney sounded like bird chirp and was unintelligible from our seats. Sets were lively with clever transitions. Yes Eliza does just choose to walk away with her new self esteem but wish it had been dramatized more ...a speech from the new Eliza perhaps to clarify. acting was fine but all characters were emotionally disconnected. Perhaps it's just the story line as we have become more sophisticated in our tastes and expect more in what we see on stage. It was a bit too long. Still enjoyed the show and the lovely theatre.
Russ Strader from Colorado Springs, Colorado
BEST FIRST ACT I’VE SEEN; WORST SECOND ACT I’VE EVER SEEN.
The casting is brilliant and performers, sets, and costumes amazing. But the second act completely wasted the enormous talent by forcing them into a maladaptated story line. Quite frankly I’m sad we went. The performers were amazing but the second act left us feeling let down, underwhelmed, and disappointed. The main thought is that the extremely high quality talent was wasted on a really poor story line. I’d recommend skipping this.
Gail Abbott from Greensboro, North Carolina
CLASSIC! UNTIL THE SECOND ACT.
The acting was spot on. The music was superb. Then the bawdy drag show ruined the fun of “Get me to the Church on Time” . So sad. The ending was disappointing.
Lisa from Los Angeles, California
UM HELLO- WORST, UNCLEAR ENDING EVER--WHO'S RESPONSIBLE
eh- I really want all 3 hours of my life back, although I enjoyed a couple of songs, the costumes and watching her transformation. Otherwise, nope. just nope...and that confusing ending. I just don't know what else to say-- she walks up to him, then off the set. He doesn't follow--- at least if they kissed, we'd know something
Harvey Applebaum from Los Angeles, California
The is the proverbial "the actors are phoning it in" experience. The woman playing Mrs. Pearce was excellent (I don't unfortunately know the actresses name), but otherwise the acting was dull all around. The sets and costumes were beautiful, so I gave it two stars. The acting wasn't embarrassing, but really not worth going to see. Also, the woman who delivered the news to Alfred that Eliza was requesting her birdcage but not requesting clothes gave a great little monologue.
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