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The company of the national tour of ‘My Fair Lady.’ (Courtesy photo by Jeremy Daniel) Stage Notes is a weekly aggregate post about theater, classical music and stage news, events, reviews and other pertinent information. REVIEW: This Fair Lady is a lush – in all good ways Although the show had already played for Broadway Dallas, Bass Performance Hall was a fitting home for the musical and the Lincoln Center production of My Fair Lady.

The venue’s classic architecture lent itself to the show’s vintage as well as its elegance. The sets and costumes transported the audience to early 20th century London with solid performances by the cast.

At first, the show was hard to connect to. As Eliza Doolittle, Madeline Powell leaned a little too hard into her cockney accent that she was simply too hard to understand.

Sure that’s the whole point of this transformation story, but so much was lost in her character’s introduction as an uneducated, flower girl on the streets.

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