My Fair Lady

Broadway Revival (1981)

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Director
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Musical Staging and Choreography
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Original Staging
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Original Musical Staging and Choreography

Cast Highlights

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Eliza Doolittle
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Freddy Eynsford-Hill
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Colonel Pickering
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Henry Higgins
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Harry
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Jamie
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Alfred P. Doolittle
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Mrs. Pearce
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Mrs. Higgins
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Zoltan Karpathy

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Musical Numbers


Act One

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  • Why Can't the English? .... Higgins
  • Wouldn't It Be Loverly .... Eliza and Cockneys
  • With a Little Bit of Luck .... Doolittle, Harry and Jamie
  • I'm an Ordinary Man .... Higgins
  • With a Little Bit of Luck (Reprise) .... Doolittle and Ensemble
  • Just You Wait .... Eliza
  • The Rain in Spain .... Higgins, Eliza and Pickering
  • I Could Have Danced All Night .... Eliza, Mrs. Pearce and Maids
  • Ascot Gavotte .... Ensemble
  • On the Street Where You Live .... Freddy

Act Two

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  • You Did It .... Higgins, Pickering, Mrs. Pearce and Servants
  • Just You Wait (Reprise) .... Eliza
  • On the Street Where You Live (Reprise) .... Freddy
  • Show Me .... Eliza and Freddy
  • Wouldn't It Be Loverly (Reprise) .... Eliza and Cockneys
  • Get Me to the Church on Time .... Doolittle, Harry, Jamie and Ensemble
  • A Hymn to Him .... Higgins
  • Without You .... Eliza
  • I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face .... Higgins

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Trivia & History

Cheryl Kennedy played Eliza during the long pre-Broadway but she developed vocal problems so severe that her doctors insisted she could not continue in the role when the production arrived in New York. After playing one preview in New York, she was replaced by Nancy Ringham. Ringham was not the official understudy for the role, but she had played it a couple of times during the last pre-Broadway engagment, which was in Boston. Rex Harrison found the official standby for the role, Kitty Sullivan, not to his liking. (Sullivan was married to Milo O'Shea, the production's Alfred P. Doolittle.) She had also gone on several times during the pre-Broadway tour, including for a week in Chicago when Kennedy took a vacation. She left the production during Broadway previews, although her name was still listed in the playbill on opening night, as was Cheryl Kennedy's.

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