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What a great performance was last night at the Arsht Center in Miami, actors, stage, orchestra, all acted as one. Thank you for bringing art to us, my husband and I had a great evening.
Robin Z. from Washington, District of Columbia
GREAT PRODUCTION OF MY FAIR LADY
Overall, we had a very enjoyable evening spent watching My Fair Lady. The individual performances were strong and the orchestra did an amazing job.
My only real complaint is that was difficult for me to hear the dialogue at times, and i was sitting in the 3rd row! Made me wonder if they were having microphone issues. They need to turn up the volume a bit.
Also, the ending (where Eliza approaches Prof Higgins, then turns and hurries off stage) seemed a bit awkward and even confusing. They need to rethink that part for sure.
Susan from Spartanburg, SC
I was not expecting Rex or Audrey and had my expectations tempered. I think the solo voices were beautiful. They were overshadowed at times by either the chorus or the orchestra. You would think that sound checks would have fixed that before the performance. Also, the ending was very bizarre. My eleven year old asked, and all I could say was that maybe they wanted the audience to decide the ending?
Chris Meyer from San Antonio, Texas
I’ve seen this many times excellent voices. The ending was changed to Eliza leaving. Why. The raunchy get me to the church was just that raunchy. Why? Why change something that has worked for years!
Stephen Szonyi from Los Angeles, California
STRONG VOCALS - A COUPLE OF TWISTS
Thought I would get my wife a surprise for her birthday and get tickets. Although we've been to many Broadway plays, we've never really watched the movie or the play. I'm glad we watched the movie first, it was easier to follow the play. The vocal performances in the play we're very good. Like several reviewers here, "Take me to the church on time" while being a very entertaining musical piece, I did not get the "drag" part. It just makes one think that they were trying to throw in the 10% diversity thing but kind of messing with the art and culture. It's like throwing a beard on the Mona Lisa. While I have nothing against people that want to dress drag, it just does not fit in the 5 minute slot of the entire show that was pretty well done true to story. I'm sure there are other outlets where this type of diversity could be expressed. The second twist was the abrupt ending, though having just watched the movie, I took the ending to mean the two antagonists got together in the end, albeit in an artsy way.
Michele Nelson from Los Angeles, California
YOU DON’T REWRITE A CLASSIC.
You don’t rewrite a classic. I read where one review said they should rewrite the ending well that’s exactly what they did and that’s why it didn’t make any sense. I felt the same way as most people did because first of all I knew how the ending was supposed to be and secondly the way they wrote it made no sense at all why would she come back just to walk away and leave him standing there?? If you’re familiar with my fair lady then you know that was someone’s attempt at trying to make it fit into today’s narrative. And you just don’t rewrite a classic!
I will say the singing and the acting was exemplary and I agree also with what one reviewer said about the leading lady. Her voice was so beautiful and I thoroughly enjoyed listening to her.
SHF from Hartford, Connecticut
I LIKE THE ENDING
Am I one of the few who didn’t want professor Higgins and Eliza together? I say sister, go on walking . Professor Higgins was clearly abusive . Eliza should run not walk off stage.
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