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Disappointed. The horrible changes such as the drag queen scene and the ending made us wish we hadn’t spent the time or money to see this. The singing and acting were fine, but not strong and vibrant like we would have hoped. One star was for the set, which was really amazing and another for singing quartet during Loverly.
from Cleveland, OH
Couldn’t understand 90% of the words. Very slow moving. We left at intermission. The set was very cool. And Eliza’s voice was great.
P.A.Wilson from Denver, Colorado
MY FAIR LADY
I think this might have been an interesting theatrical experience if we could have understood any of the dialogue. The sound system aimed toward where we sat, Orchestra, section B, row M, was so garbled the actors might as well have been speaking Swahili. This also made many of the songs ear-splittingly screetchy . Which was a shame since I suspect many of the actors had very nice voices. Such a disappointment! We did not mind the so-called modern tweaks to this old classic, by the way, but those were all moot points since nearly all the dialogue was a muddy mess.
Andrew Schoening from Fort Worth, Texas
MY FAIR LADY IS JUST THAT…….FAIR.
It is unfair to compare anyone to Rex Harrison and Audrey Hepburn. Especially the first quarter of this production in which you could barely understand half the dialogue. The thick London accents were so thick that I dare say a Londoner wouldn’t have understood half of what was being said, after that point, the production did seem to pick up somewhat. Any momentum gained, however, was lost with the singing of Get Me to the Church . During that number, I actually saw people stand up and walk out of the theater. Then drag queens and sorid dancing , were better suited to Kinky Boots than they were Victorian England. The remainder of the play was fairly enjoyable, but I dare say thatfew in attendance will be back to see it a second time.
Wm Friedlander from Miami, Florida
This was a disappointing performance of such a great musical. What they got right was the production. The sets were good, The costumes was good, and the orchestra. What they got wrong and need to work on is Eliza's cockney accent. Totally unintelligible. Couldn't understand a word she said. Professor Higgins was totally miscast. Too young, stiff, unapproachable and totally wrong for the part. There was no feeling of empathy for these two main characters. The chorus was good and Mr Doolittle was okay but in general the leads did not have strong enough voices needed.. It seemed more like a senior college cast without the experience, depth, or ability to warrant a Broadway in Miami title. Having seen the original production and the excellent Lincoln center production, this traveling version of My Fair Lady did not live up to expectations.
Robert from Miami, Florida
NOT MY FAIR LADY
Lots of talent but a very different story. As I remember the story from my childhood, it was about social class. Two bachelors that enter a wager, begin an experiment, are overwhelmed by plutonic love, and possibly are changed for evermore by a young woman . A uneducated female that learns, grows, flourishes, and is dramatically empowered through her efforts. Her father, living a life with little purpose, that finds fortune and also changes his ways to a new life. The modernized changes only dilute the message that Audrey Hepburn nailed. The music and vocals were excellent. Really did not like the ending. Wanted to go home happy!
Disappointed theatre goer from Washington, District of Columbia
AFFECTLESS ACTING, FLAT SCENERY DULL LIGHTING. NO SPARKS BUT FOR FREDDY
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