Guild Festival Theatre
Playwright(s): George Bernard Shaw
David John Phillips
We meet Henry Higgins, an arrogant, self-centred misogynist disenchanted with society and certain of his own superiority. When an ambitious young flower seller comes to him to make a better life for herself, he sees only a lab experiment. Before she knows it, Eliza Doolittle is caught in his project, sliding down the slippery slope toward her undoing. With the power of Celtic song, a trio of female spirits urges the story along as Eliza navigates the delightful journey toward her independence.
GREAT OUTDOOR THEATRE IN THE TORONTO EAST END, A SUMMER MUST
- Mooney on Theatre
A TALENTED CAST, A BEAUTIFUL SETTING AND ACCESSIBLE TO ALL
- Scarborough Mirror
No performances scheduled.