A roaring new version of a classic.
As reimagined by director Alan Souza, the timeline has been moved to a few years ahead, from the turn of the century to the beginning of the 1920’s – all the more to make this tale of man-versus-woman into a take on woman-versus-society. Souza turns a more intimate love story into a richer yarn of society itself changing.
- DC Theatre Scene
A strong, slightly racy My Fair Lady...for Higgins, it seems, Eliza’s improved diction is a bit of a turn-on...the power struggle between Higgins and Eliza occasionally displays a startling erotic edge.
- Washington Post
Seriously, I understood and enjoyed My Fair Lady in a new and expanded way.....a fresh, hot, and deliciously satisfying re-envisioning of Lerner and Loewe’s classic.
- MD Theatre Guide