The Lincoln Center Theater production of My Fair Lady will offer discounted tickets via an online ticket lottery beginning with the first preview on March 15. A limited number of tickets priced at $42 will be sold each day to the winners of the lottery.
Entries will be accepted online at MyFairladyLottery.com and will allow entry the day of the performance. Winners will be chosen at random and will be notified by email and text message by 9:05 AM for matinees and 2:05 PM for evening performances on the day of the performance.
The Bartlett Sher-helmed revival of My Fair Lady will officially open April 19 at the Vivian Beaumont Theater. Lauren Ambrose will star as Eliza Doolittle alongside Harry Hadden-Paton as Henry Higgins.
The principal cast also features Norbert Leo Butz as Alfred P. Doolittle, Manu Narayan as Zoltan Karpathy, Diana Rigg as Mrs. Higgins, Allan Corduner as Colonel Pickering, Jordan Donica as Freddy Eynsford-Hill, and Linda Mugleston as Mrs. Pearce.
The production’s ensemble will feature Cameron Adams, Shereen Ahmed, Kerstin Anderson, Heather Botts, John Treacy Egan, Rebecca Eichenberger, SuEllen Estey, Christopher Faison, Steven Trumon Gray, Adam Grupper, Michael Halling, Joe Hart, Sasha Hutchings, Kate Marilley, Liz McCartney, Justin Lee Miller, Rommel Pierre O’Choa, Keven Quillon, JoAnna Rhinehart, Tony Roach, Lance Roberts, Blair Ross, Christine Cornish Smith, Paul Slade Smith, Samantha Sturm, Matt Wall, Michael Williams, Minami Yusui, and Lee Zarrett.
Featuring a book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner and a score by Frederick Loewe, the 1956 musical adaptation of George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion tells the story of linguistics expert Henry Higgins and the cockney flower girl he is determined to transform into a proper, dignified woman. The score includes such well-known show tunes as “I Could Have Danced All Night,” “On the Street Where You Live,” and “Wouldn’t It Be Loverly?”
Lincoln Center Theater’s My Fair Lady will feature choreography by Christopher Gattelli and will have sets by Michael Yeargan, costumes by Catherine Zuber, lighting by Donald Holder, sound by Marc Salzberg, and casting by Telsey + Co. Music Director Ted Sperling will conduct a 29-piece orchestra performing the musical’s original musical arrangements by Robert Russell Bennett and Phil Lang, plus dance arrangements by Trude Rittmann.
LCT is producing in association with Nederlander Presentations, Inc.