This production was performed from March 23 through August 31, 1983. It was the first and only production of this popular classic at Burn Brae Dinner Theatre.
Director – Rodney Fayman
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In the beginning…
Higgins and Pickering study Cockney
Tony Capone, Katie Campbell Stevenson, David Hopkins
Professor Henry Higgins – Otts Laupus
Colonel Pickering – Marvin Hunter
Eliza Doolittle – Katie Campbell Stevenson
Alfred P. Doolittle, Eliza’s Father – Bob Brenner
Freddy Eynsford-Hill – Frederick Barth
Mrs. Eynsford-Hill, Freddy’s Mother – Terri Mazzerella
Mrs. Higgins, the professor’s Mother – Jane Beckman
Mrs. Pearce, Higgins’ housekeeper – Anita O’Leary
Harry – Jim Carmalt
Jamie – George Bonifant
The King – Rick Stohler
ENSEMBLE – G. Spencer Barrett II, George Bonifant, Michael Bulbenko, Tony Capone, Jim Carmalt, Tina Casamento, Ruthann Curry, April Harr, David Hopkins, Phil Levy, Terri Mazzarella, Rick Stohler, Dale Weisenfeld
Tempest over tea?
Everyone is all dressed up for the horse race (above and below)
The “New” Eliza
Although we obviously have plenty of photographs from this production, we have no videos. However, we found the video above of Kate Campbell Stevenson singing “I Could Have Danced All Night” in our 1993 musical revue, Broadway Songbook.
Data for this production was donated by Jane Beckman, Kate Campbell Stevenson, George Bonifant, David Hopkins & Otts Laupus. The video was donated by Jamie Zemarel.
My Fair Lady 1983