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My Fair Lady Reviews

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Average customer review: 3.5 star rating (3.3 Stars)

Number of reviews: 52

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1.0 star rating Adam from Chicago, Illinois

DISAPPOINTED

Overall this was a very disappointing show. Negatives: 1) “Get Me to the Church” song was a drag queen show. It had raunchy dancing complete with sexual poses, dancing, and even smelling crotches. Inappropriate for children and felt completely out of place for My Fair Lady. 2) Eliza’s acting. Her singing was very good, but her acting was very forced. She seemed angry and overall was just unlikeable. 3) Alfie Doolittle - everything was bad. Acting was the worst in the show. Just bellowed - no nuance or fun with a very fun character. Dancing and singing wasn’t great either. 4) The ending. Just a strange interpretation. Didn’t like it. Positives: 1) The set was impressive. Really cool revolving house. 2) Professor Higgins. While no one is Rex Harrison - he was very likeable and did a great job. 3) Freddy and Pickering. Good support role characters who were very fun and likeable. 4) The quartet in “Wouldn’t it Be Lovely”. Excellent! Probably the best rendition of this song I’ve ever heard. Overall - the negatives unfortunately heavily outweighed the positives. Extremely disappointed in the presentation of a show that I love.

1.0 star rating Alex from Dallas, Texas

ADAM WAS BANG ON!

Adam left the following review and I agree with every word. Overall this was a very disappointing show. Negatives: 1) “Get Me to the Church” song was a drag queen show. It had raunchy dancing complete with sexual poses, dancing, and even smelling crotches. Inappropriate for children and felt completely out of place for My Fair Lady. 2) Eliza’s acting. Her singing was very good, but her acting was very forced. She seemed angry and overall was just unlikeable. 3) Alfie Doolittle - everything was bad. Acting was the worst in the show. Just bellowed - no nuance or fun with a very fun character. Dancing and singing wasn’t great either. 4) The ending. Just a strange interpretation. Didn’t like it. Positives: 1) The set was impressive. Really cool revolving house. 2) Professor Higgins. While no one is Rex Harrison - he was very likeable and did a great job. 3) Freddy and Pickering. Good support role characters who were very fun and likeable. 4) The quartet in “Wouldn’t it Be Lovely”. Excellent! Probably the best rendition of this song I’ve ever heard. Overall - the negatives unfortunately heavily outweighed the positives. Extremely disappointed in the presentation of a show that I love

1.0 star rating Rob McCrain from Longmont, Colorado

SAD VERSION OF A GREAT MUSICAL

I have seen this show done over the years in New York, London, Lawrence, Kansas, Lincoln Nebraska and a number of other productions. This was the worst I have ever seen. Save your money. The sound was garbled and unintelligible for most of the show and the interpretation was a nightmare. This is supposed to be a fun experience watching. It was dreadful, save your money.

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This is a review of My Fair Lady when it played on Broadway during the 2018/2019 season and many not the current touring cast.

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