Casting Complete for Riverside’s My Fair Lady

Regional News   Casting Complete for Riverside’s My Fair Lady
 
Performances begin at the Vero Beach, Florida, venue March 12.
Kristin Beth Williams
Kristin Beth Williams

Casting is complete for the Riverside Theatre's forthcoming production of the Lerner and Loewe classic My Fair Lady, which will play the Stark Stage in Vero Beach, Florida, March 12-31.

Directed and choreographed by James Brennan, the cast will be headed by Kristen Beth Williams (Top Hat, Pippin) as Eliza Doolittle, James Ludwig (Spamalot, Little Shop of Horrors) as Professor Henry Higgins, Tom Souhrada (Mary Poppins, Kinky Boots) as Alfred Doolittle, Kathleen Huber (Gigi, Tamara) as Mrs. Higgins, Ed Dixon (Anything Goes, Sunday in the Park with George) as Colonel Pickering, John Donovan Wilson as Freddy Eynsford-Hill, Karen Murphy as Mrs. Pearce, James Beaman as Zoltan Karpathy, and Robin Lounsbury as Mrs. Eynsford-Hill.

The ensemble includes Denali Bennett, Theo Blumstein, Taylor Broadard, Ronald L. Brown, Michael Peter Deeb, Michael J. Farina, Elizabeth Flanagan, Chloe Fox, Chris Kotera, Brady Miller, Patrick John Moran, Sophie Morris, Jennifer Seifter, Madison Tinder, and Lily Warner.

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The production will also have music direction by Anne Shuttlesworth, scenic design by Paul Tate Depoo III, costume and wig design by Kurt Alger, lighting design by Julie Duro, and sound design by Craig Beyrooti. The production stage manager is Mark Johnson, and Amy Bertacini is the assistant stage manager.

Casting was done in New York by Wojcik/Seay Casting.

Visit RiversideTheatre.com.

The Broadway revival of My Fair Lady continues at the Vivian Beaumont starring Tony winner Laura Benanti. Check out scenes from that production below.

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