My Fair Lady, the exquisite musical often considered the pinnacle of the Golden Age of Musical Theatre, is playing in Carson City for three weekends this November.
The Western Nevada Musical Theatre Company presents the captivating, award-winning production weekends, November 8 through 23, at the Carson City Community Center.
This extraordinary work, which follows phonetics professor Henry Higgins as he transforms a lowly flower seller into an elegant, refined woman, swept multiple Tony and Academy Awards. The score captivates with numbers ranging from comic (â€œWhy Canâ€™t a Woman Be More Like a Man?â€) to boisterous (â€œGet Me to the Church On Time,â€) to romantic (â€œI Could Have Danced All Nightâ€).
Kirk Gardner plays the irascible Henry Higgins training Hannah Eckert as Eliza, Michael Peters is Pickering, Jody Paslov is Alfie Doolittle, and Brad Fitch is Freddy.
The show is produced and directed by Stephanie Arrigotti and choreographed by Gina Kaskie Davis. Kevin Murphy conducts the orchestra.
Friday and Saturday performances are at 7:30 pm, Sunday matinees are at 2 pm. Tickets, priced $25 and $28, are available online or by phone, with no service charge at wnmtc.com or 866-977-6849. All seating is reserved.
The Western Nevada Musical Theatre Company is an award-winning, critically acclaimed regional theatre company, drawing audiences from 20 states. Previous productions have drawn as many as 7,000 people. Shows play in a 750-seat proscenium theater accompanied by a live, professional orchestra.