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My Fair Lady Reviews

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Average customer review: 3.0 star rating (3.2 Stars)

Number of reviews: 73



3.0 star rating Douglas Mckinney from Chicago, Illinois


My wife had never seen MFL. I took her on what I thought was a special date to see a musical I love. I understand times have changed, and many things have evolved, and I support much of it. As we have learned over the years, some things should be left alone. Make country stars should not cover "Respect" - Aretha did an incomparable version. This show makes the same mistake. I could never take the star who was cast so far against tradition seriously as to make the play almost unrecognizable. Certainly not MFL. She was angry, snarling at times. It's more of a mashup of MFL and something else. It was akin to having Julie Andrews play the lead of Fiddler on the Roof - a great actor but just wrong for the role. The rest was fair but voices were only adequate with an exception or two.

2.0 star rating Lisa from Los Angeles, California


eh- I really want all 3 hours of my life back, although I enjoyed a couple of songs, the costumes and watching her transformation. Otherwise, nope. just nope...and that confusing ending. I just don't know what else to say-- she walks up to him, then off the set. He doesn't follow--- at least if they kissed, we'd know something

2.0 star rating Harvey Applebaum from Los Angeles, California


The is the proverbial "the actors are phoning it in" experience. The woman playing Mrs. Pearce was excellent (I don't unfortunately know the actresses name), but otherwise the acting was dull all around. The sets and costumes were beautiful, so I gave it two stars. The acting wasn't embarrassing, but really not worth going to see. Also, the woman who delivered the news to Alfred that Eliza was requesting her birdcage but not requesting clothes gave a great little monologue.

2.0 star rating K2 from Los Angeles, California


We were so excited for our first return to the theatre but thought it was an overall dull show. Had trouble or staying and sets dull. Connection between the stars underwhelming. Felt this was one of the weakest shows we have seen and have been season ticket holders for years and years

2.0 star rating Karen Nelson from Upland, California


I was incredibly disappointed that they re-wrote a beautiful classic like My Fair Lady to include a raunchy drag queen scene for “Get me to the church on time.” What should’ve been a Grated performance suitable for children, was anything but. Rewriting the ending was also a fail. Made no sense at all.

2.0 star rating NJS from Seattle, Washington


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.

2.0 star rating 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.

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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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