Broadway’s My Fair Lady Announces Closing Date | Playbill

Broadway News Broadway’s My Fair Lady Announces Closing Date The Lincoln Center Theater revival will play its final performance in the summer; a West End bow is expected to follow.

Lincoln Center Theater’s current revival of My Fair Lady will close at the Vivian Beaumont Theater July 7.

Directed by Bartlett Sher, the show stars Laura Benanti as Eliza Doolittle and Harry Hadden-Paton as Professor Henry Higgins. The show had previously announced that Benanti would play the role through July 7 and Hadden-Paton through July 6.

Harry Hadden-Paton, Laura Benanti, and Allan Corduner Joan Marcus

The production, which won the 2018 Drama Desk, Outer Critics and Drama League Awards for Best Musical Revival, will have played a total of 548 performances (39 previews and 509 performances).

The production will launch a national tour December 19 at the Opera House at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C., and has plans for an engagement in London's West End production (exact dates and casting to be announced).

The current cast also includes Alexander Gemignani as Alfred P. Doolittle, Rosemary Harris as Mrs. Higgins, Allan Corduner as Colonel Pickering, Christian Dante White as Freddy Eynsford-Hill, Linda Mugleston as Mrs. Pearce, and Clarke Thorell as Professor Zoltan Karpathy.

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Rounding out the company are Cameron Adams, Shereen Ahmed, Mark Aldrich, Kerstin Anderson, Becca Ayers, Barbara Jo Bednarczuk, Rebecca Eichenberger, SuEllen Estey, Christopher Faison, Hannah Florence, Steven Trumon Gray, Adam Grupper, Michael Halling, Joe Hart, Mary Claire King, Michael X. Martin, Lauralyn McClelland, Justin Lee Miller, Rommel Pierre O’Choa, Keven Quillon, JoAnna Rhinehart, Lance Roberts, Blair Ross, Brian Shepard, Samantha Sturm, Sarah Quinn Taylor, Matt Wall, Michael Williams, and Lee Zarrett.

The show is choreographed by Christopher Gattelli and has sets by Michael Yeargan, costumes by Catherine Zuber, lighting by Donald Holder, sound design by Mark Salzberg, and music direction by Ted Sperling.

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