September 2004
Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa
      1 2



5 6 7 8 9




13 14 15 16



8 pm talkback 2 pm







My Fair Lady

Adapted from George Bernard Shaw’s classic Pygmalion, this Lerner and Lowe classic tells the tale of class distinction through the relationship of Professor Henry Higgins and flower girl Eliza Doolittle. Looking for a career in a flower shop, Eliza begins taking lessons in proper speech and decorum from Higgins. As Eliza grows into a proper English lady, Higgins begins to grow accustomed to the face of his pupil and finds that Eliza is not the only one who has learned a lesson on humanity. A classic musical for the entire family.

Music by Frederick Loewe
Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner
Book by Alan Jay Lerner


Nina Donze as Eliza Doolittle
Jeffrey Rushton as Henry Higgins
Gary White as Colonel Pickering
Lois Kunkel as Mrs. Higgins
Missy Schultz as Mrs. Eynsford-Hill
Jeff Beiter as Freddy Eynsford-Hill
Rusty Muglia as Alfred P. Doolittle
Jennifer Sherman as Mrs. Pearce
Andy Joos as Hoxton Man
Steve DiNenno as Selsey Man
Luc Radu & Nancy Furey as Bystanders
Tony Reisinger as Harry
Paul Recupero as Jamie
Andy Joos, Luc Radu, Tony Reisinger, Paul Recupero as Cockneys
Gregory Houser as George the Bartender
Laura Peterson as Mrs. Hopkins
David Cox as Higgins' Butler
Andy Joos as Lord Boxington
Laura Peterson as Lady Boxington
Steve DiNenno as Policeman
Nancy Furey as Flower Girl
Nancy Furey as Maid
Kierstin Teske-White as Maid
Andy Joos, Luc Radu, Tony Resinger,  Paul Recupero, Julie Bray, Dina Davidson, Nancy Furey, Kierstin Teske-White as Servants

Julie Bray
Katie Collins
David Cox
Dina Davidson
Steve DiNenno
Nancy Furey
Andy Joos
Laura Peterson
Luc Radu
Paul Recupero
Tony Reisinger
Martin Reynolds
Kierstin Teske-White


Producer/Director:  Eileen Ciccarone
Assistant Director:  Marianne DiNenno
Music Director/Rehearsal Accompanist:  Konnie Stark
Choreographer:  Eileen Ciccarone
Dramaturge:  Steve DiNenno
Stage Manager:  Steve DiNenno
Asst. Stage Manager:  Marcy Bray
Technical Director:  Karen Gresh
Set Design:  Rusty Muglia
Light and Sound Design:  Michael Ciccarone
Costumes:  Eileen Ciccarone, Marianne DiNenno
Props:  Bil Katrina, Denise Katrina
Scenic Painter & Set Decorator:  Rusty Muglia

Special Thanks

Fran Doyle & the Montgomery County Cultural Center
Walt Maga for his design and creation of Eliza's Ascot Hat and her Embassy Ball Gown ensemble
Sue Smith