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Pygmalion, by George Bernard Shaw

This story of Eliza Doolittle, and her professor, Henry Higgins, was made into a musical much more famous than the original play by the impeccable G.B. Shaw. A wonderful comedic comment on the silliness of class structure in Britain, the topic of the play is very timely in today’s world, where appearance trumps reality almost every time. Wit and wisdom combine with a clever plot to create a comedic masterpiece. We laugh as we realize that the real values of honesty, integrity, and love are what matter in the end.
Date & Time
  • Weekly on Friday
  • Apr 14, 2017 through May 22, 2017
  • 8:00PM
More Info
  • Event Website
  • 410-980-6662
  • $38 (Regular); $33 (Senior); $23 (Students/Military)
  • Comedy & Theater Annapolis Arnold Baltimore Crofton Severna Park Washington, D.C. Bethesda Glen Burnie Edgewater Hanover Kent Island Bowie Gambrills Odenton Broadneck Brooklyn Park Columbia Davidsonville
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