Look Back at Tony Winner Rosemary Harris on Broadway | Playbill

Photo Features Look Back at Tony Winner Rosemary Harris on Broadway Harris will return to Broadway in My Fair Lady September 11.
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Rosemary Harris and James Farentino in A Streetcar Named Desire Martha Swope/©NYPL for the Performing Arts

Rosemary Harris, a Tony winner and multiple Tony Award nominee, will join the cast of the Lincoln Center Theater production of My Fair Lady on Broadway September 11. She will step into the role of Mrs. Higgins, replacing original star Diana Rigg, who will play her final performance September 9.

Harris is a Tony, Emmy, and Golden Globe Award winner. The U.K. native made her Broadway debut in 1952 in The Climate of Eden. Other Broadway credits include The Road to Mecca, Waiting in the Wings, An Inspector Calls, Hay Fever, A Streetcar Named Desire, The Lion in Winter, and The Royal Family.

Look Back at Tony Winner Rosemary Harris on Broadway

 
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