normal show

MY FAIR LADY

normal show  am 10. June  um 15:00

Cast

Choir production: Thomas Runge
Dramaturgy: André Meyer
Technical director: Mario Radicke
Choreography: Bernd Lanzke / Winfried Schneider
Costumes: Silke Führich
Prof. Henry Higgins: Tom Pauls
Eliza Doolittle: Olivia Delauré / Jessica Glatte
Alfred P. Doolittle: Frank Blees
Oberst Pickering: Hans-Jürgen Wiese
Mrs. Higgins: Jutta Richter-Merz
Harry: N.N.
Jamie: Stefan Trommler
Mrs. Eynsford-Hill: Tanja Höft / Bianca Berndt
1. Obsthändler: Jannik Harneit
2. Obsthändler: Dag Hornschild
3. Obsthändler: Florian Maser
4. Obsthändler: Jens-Uwe Mürner
Lord Boxington: Dietrich Seydlitz
Lady Boxington: Judith Nawrocki / Katharina Spaniel
Mrs. Hopkins: Judith Nawrocki / Katharina Spaniel
Mary: Annegret Reißmann / Alexandra Strauß
Botschafterin: Katharina Spaniel / Judith Nawrocki
Major Domus: Florian Maser
Botschafter: Dag Hornschild
Mrs. Pearce: Silke Fröde
Freddy Eynsford-Hill: Frank Oberüber / Andreas Sauerzapf

shorttime changes in the evening’s cast possible due to illness and force majeure

Next Shows

09.02.13 19:30
MY FAIR LADY
Music: Frederick LoeweLyrics & Book: Alan Jay Lerner Perhaps the most popular musical of the 1950s, My Fair Lady came into being only after Hungarian film producer Gabriel Pascal devoted the last two years of his life to finding writers who would adapt George Bernard Shaw’s 1914 play Pygmalion into a musical. Rejected by the likes of Rodgers and Hammerstein and Noël Coward, Pascal finally turned to the younger but very talented duo of Frederick Loewe and Alan Jay Lerner.The story revolves around Eliza Doolittle, a coarse little peddler of flowers in Covent Garden who agrees to take speech lessons from phonetician Henry Higgins in order to fulfil her dream of working in a flower shop. Eliza succeeds so well, however, that she outgrows her social station and - in a development added by librettist Lerner - even manages to get Higgins to fall in love with her. more
10.02.13 15:00
MY FAIR LADY
Music: Frederick LoeweLyrics & Book: Alan Jay Lerner Perhaps the most popular musical of the 1950s, My Fair Lady came into being only after Hungarian film producer Gabriel Pascal devoted the last two years of his life to finding writers who would adapt George Bernard Shaw’s 1914 play Pygmalion into a musical. Rejected by the likes of Rodgers and Hammerstein and Noël Coward, Pascal finally turned to the younger but very talented duo of Frederick Loewe and Alan Jay Lerner.The story revolves around Eliza Doolittle, a coarse little peddler of flowers in Covent Garden who agrees to take speech lessons from phonetician Henry Higgins in order to fulfil her dream of working in a flower shop. Eliza succeeds so well, however, that she outgrows her social station and - in a development added by librettist Lerner - even manages to get Higgins to fall in love with her. more
30.03.13 19:30
MY FAIR LADY
Music: Frederick LoeweLyrics & Book: Alan Jay Lerner Perhaps the most popular musical of the 1950s, My Fair Lady came into being only after Hungarian film producer Gabriel Pascal devoted the last two years of his life to finding writers who would adapt George Bernard Shaw’s 1914 play Pygmalion into a musical. Rejected by the likes of Rodgers and Hammerstein and Noël Coward, Pascal finally turned to the younger but very talented duo of Frederick Loewe and Alan Jay Lerner.The story revolves around Eliza Doolittle, a coarse little peddler of flowers in Covent Garden who agrees to take speech lessons from phonetician Henry Higgins in order to fulfil her dream of working in a flower shop. Eliza succeeds so well, however, that she outgrows her social station and - in a development added by librettist Lerner - even manages to get Higgins to fall in love with her. more
31.03.13 19:30
MY FAIR LADY
Music: Frederick LoeweLyrics & Book: Alan Jay Lerner Perhaps the most popular musical of the 1950s, My Fair Lady came into being only after Hungarian film producer Gabriel Pascal devoted the last two years of his life to finding writers who would adapt George Bernard Shaw’s 1914 play Pygmalion into a musical. Rejected by the likes of Rodgers and Hammerstein and Noël Coward, Pascal finally turned to the younger but very talented duo of Frederick Loewe and Alan Jay Lerner.The story revolves around Eliza Doolittle, a coarse little peddler of flowers in Covent Garden who agrees to take speech lessons from phonetician Henry Higgins in order to fulfil her dream of working in a flower shop. Eliza succeeds so well, however, that she outgrows her social station and - in a development added by librettist Lerner - even manages to get Higgins to fall in love with her. more
28.05.13 19:30
MY FAIR LADY
Music: Frederick LoeweLyrics & Book: Alan Jay Lerner Perhaps the most popular musical of the 1950s, My Fair Lady came into being only after Hungarian film producer Gabriel Pascal devoted the last two years of his life to finding writers who would adapt George Bernard Shaw’s 1914 play Pygmalion into a musical. Rejected by the likes of Rodgers and Hammerstein and Noël Coward, Pascal finally turned to the younger but very talented duo of Frederick Loewe and Alan Jay Lerner.The story revolves around Eliza Doolittle, a coarse little peddler of flowers in Covent Garden who agrees to take speech lessons from phonetician Henry Higgins in order to fulfil her dream of working in a flower shop. Eliza succeeds so well, however, that she outgrows her social station and - in a development added by librettist Lerner - even manages to get Higgins to fall in love with her. more

Appraissals

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Manuela: langweilig, einfallslos, Tom Pauls leider nicht in Hochform wrote 17.05.2011, 18:31
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