My Fair Lady

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Omaha, NEOrpheum TheaterNovember 28–December 3, 2023Tickets
Austin, TXBass Concert HallDecember 5-10, 2023Tickets
Flint, MIThe WhitingDecember 13, 2023Tickets
Toledo, OHStranahan TheaterDecember 14-17, 2023Tickets
New Orleans, LASaenger TheatreJanuary 9-14, 2024 #Tickets
Oxford, MSFord CenterJanuary 16, 2024Tickets
Jackson, MSThalia Mara HallJanuary 17, 2024Tickets
Lafayette, LAHeymann CenterJanuary 18, 2024Tickets
San Antonio, TXTobin CenterJanuary 20-21, 2024Tickets
Columbia, SCKoger CenterJanuary 23-25, 2024Tickets
Greensboro, NCTanger CenterJanuary 26-28, 2024Tickets
Pittsburgh, PABenedum CenterJanuary 30–February 4, 2024 #Tickets
Auburn, ALGogue PACFebruary 6-7, 2024Tickets
North Charleston, SCNorth Charleston PACFebruary 9-11, 2024Tickets
Johnson City, TNMartin CenterFebruary 12-13, 2024Tickets
Blacksburg, VAMoss Arts CenterFebruary 14, 2024Tickets
Worcester, MAHanover TheatreFebruary 16-18, 2024Tickets
Tulsa, OKTulsa PACFebruary 27–March 3, 2024
Wausau, WIGrand TheaterMarch 5-6, 2024Tickets
Houghton, MIRozsa CenterMarch 7, 2024Tickets
Green Bay, WIWeidner CenterMarch 8, 2024Tickets
Kalamazoo, MIMiller AuditoriumMarch 10, 2024Tickets
Chicago, ILNederlander TheatreMarch 12-17, 2024
Amarillo, TXAmarillo Civic CenterMarch 20, 2024Tickets
Albuquerque, NMPopejoy HallMarch 21-24, 2024
Spokane, WAFirst Interstate CenterApril 2-7, 2024Tickets
Yakima, WACapitol TheatreApril 10-11, 2024Tickets
Eugene, ORHult CenterApril 12-14, 2024Tickets
Modesto, CAGallo CenterApril 16-17, 2024Tickets

# Rescheduled from the 2020/2021 season

Syracuse, NYLandmark TheatreDecember 10-13, 20192019-2020
Washington, D.C.Opera HouseDecember 17, 2019–January 19, 20202019-2020
Charlotte, NCOvens AuditoriumJanuary 21-26, 20202019-2020
Greenville, SCPeace CenterJanuary 28–February 2, 20202019-2020
Nashville, TNTPACFebruary 4-9, 20202019-2020
East Lansing, MIWharton CenterFebruary 26–March 1, 20202019-2020
Minneapolis, MNOrpheum TheatreMarch 3-8, 20202019-2020
Columbus, OHOhio TheatreMarch 11, 2020 2019-2020
Des Moines, IADes Moines Civic CenterMarch 17-22, 2020 ^2019-2020
Chicago, ILCadillac Palace TheatreMarch 24–April 12, 2020 ^2019-2020
Milwaukee, WIMarcus CenterApril 14-19, 2020 +2019-2020
Madison, WIOverture CenterApril 21-26, 20202019-2020
Cleveland, OHPlayhouse SquareApril 28–May 17, 2020 ^2019-2020
Durham, NCDPACMay 19-24, 2020 ^2019-2020
Orlando, FLDr. Phillips CenterMay 26-31, 2020 +2019-2020
Tampa, FLStraz CenterJune 2-7, 2020 ^2019-2020
Los Angeles, CADolby TheatreJune 12–July 5, 2020 #2019-2020
San Diego, CACivic TheatreJuly 7-12, 2020 ^2019-2020
Denver, CODenver CenterJuly 15-26, 2020 ^2019-2020
Las Vegas, NVSmith CenterJuly 28–August 2, 2020 ℹ2020-2021
San Francisco, CAGolden Gate TheatreAugust 5-30, 2020 #2019-2020
Kansas City, MOStarlight TheatreSeptember 8-13, 20202019-2020
Fayetteville, ARWalton Arts CenterSeptember 15-20, 2021 ℹ2020-2021
San Antonio, TXMajestic TheatreSeptember 22-27, 2020 #2020-2021
Houston, TXHobby CenterSeptember 29–October 4, 2020 #2020-2021
Fort Worth, TXBass Performance HallOctober 6-11, 2020 +2020-2021
St. Louis, MOFabulous Fox TheatreOctober 14-25, 2020 #2020-2021
Oklahoma City, OKCivic Center Music HallOctober 27–November 1, 2020 #2020-2021
Des Moines, IADes Moines Civic Center(November 3-8, 2020 ^) #2020-2021
Schenectady, NYProctors TheatreNovember 11-15, 2020 #2020-2021
Philadelphia, PAAcademy of MusicNovember 17-29, 20202020-2021
Cincinnati, OHAronoff CenterDecember 1-13, 2020 ℹ2020-2021
Tampa, FLStraz Center(December 22-27, 2020 ^) #2020-2021
Naples, FLHayes HallDecember 29, 2020–January 3, 2021 #2020-2021
West Palm Beach, FLKravis CenterJanuary 5-10, 2021 #2020-2021
Fort Myers, FLMann Performing Arts HallJanuary 12-17, 2021 #2020-2021
New Orleans, LASaenger TheatreJanuary 19-24, 20212020-2021
Tucson, AZCentennial HallFebruary 2-7, 2021 #2020-2021
Tempe, AZASU GammageFebruary 9-14, 2021 #2020-2021
Costa Mesa, CASegerstrom CenterFebruary 16-28, 2021 #2020-2021
Seattle, WAParamount TheatreMarch 3-7, 2021 #2020-2021
Rochester, NYAuditorium TheatreMarch 16-21, 2021 #2020-2021
Buffalo, NYShea’s PACMarch 23-28, 2021 #2020-2021
Boston, MABoston Opera HouseMarch 30–April 11, 2021 +2020-2021
Pittsburgh, PABenedum CenterApril 13-18, 20212020-2021
Providence, RIPPACApril 20-25, 2021 #2020-2021
Hartford, CTThe BushnellApril 27-May 2, 2021 #2020-2021
Richmond, VAAltria TheaterMay 4-9, 2021 #2020-2021
Chicago, ILCadillac Palace Theatre(May 12-23, 2021 ^) #2020-2021
Durham, NCDPAC(May 25-30, 2021 ^) #2020-2021
Cleveland, OHPlayhouse Square(June 8-27, 2021 ^) #2020-2021
Cincinnati, OHAronoff CenterJuly 6-18, 2021 ℹ #2020-2021
San Diego, CACivic Theatre(July 6-11, 2021 ^) #2020-2021
Las Vegas, NVSmith CenterJuly 13-18, 2021 ℹ #2020-2021
Fayetteville, ARWalton Arts Center(July 28–August 1, 2021 ℹ) +2020-2021
Denver, CODenver Center(August 11-22, 2021 ^) +2020-2021
Houston, TXHobby CenterSeptember 14-19, 2021 #2021-2022
San Antonio, TXMajestic TheatreSeptember 21-26, 2021 #2021-2022
Oklahoma City, OKCivic Center Music HallSeptember 28–October 3, 2021 #2021-2022
Los Angeles, CADolby TheatreOctober 7-31, 2021 ℹ2021-2022
San Francisco, CAOrpheum TheatreNovember 2-28, 2021 ^2021-2022
San Diego, CACivic TheatreNovember 30–December 5, 2021 #2021-2022
Tempe, AZASU GammageDecember 7-12, 2021 #2021-2022
Seattle, WAParamount TheatreDecember 28, 2021–January 2, 2022 # ℹ2021-2022
Tucson, AZCentennial HallJanuary 5-9, 2022 #2021-2022
Costa Mesa, CASegerstrom CenterJanuary 11-23, 2022 # ℹ2021-2022
Las Vegas, NVSmith CenterJanuary 25-30, 2022 #2021-2022
Cincinnati, OHAronoff CenterFebruary 8-20, 2022 #2021-2022
Rochester, NYAuditorium TheatreFebruary 22-27, 2022 #2021-2022
Buffalo, NYShea’s PACMarch 1-6, 2022 #2021-2022
Hartford, CTThe BushnellMarch 8-13, 2022 #2021-2022
St. Louis, MOFabulous Fox TheatreMarch 22–April 3, 2022 #2021-2022
Fort Myers, FLMann Performing Arts HallApril 6-10, 2022 #2021-2022
Naples, FLHayes HallApril 12-17, 2022 #2021-2022
West Palm Beach, FLKravis CenterApril 19-24, 2022 #2021-2022
Tampa, FLStraz CenterApril 26–May 1, 2022 #2021-2022
Durham, NCDPACMay 3-8, 2022 #2021-2022
Providence, RIPPACMay 11-15, 2022 #2021-2022
Schenectady, NYProctors TheatreMay 17-22, 2022 # ℹ2021-2022
Richmond, VAAltria TheaterMay 31–June 5, 2022 #2021-2022
Cleveland, OHPlayhouse SquareJune 7-26, 2022 #2021-2022
Chicago, ILCadillac Palace TheatreJune 28–July 10, 2022 #2021-2022
Detroit, MIDetroit Opera HouseJuly 12-24, 20222022-2023
Memphis, TNOrpheum TheatreJuly 26-31, 20222022-2023
Des Moines, IADes Moines Civic CenterAugust 2-7, 2022 #2021-2022
Fayetteville, ARWalton Arts CenterAugust 9-14, 2022 #2021-2022
Paducah, KYCarson CenterOctober 13, 20222022-2023
New Haven, CTShubert TheatreOctober 19-22, 20222022-2023
Bloomington, INIU AuditoriumOctober 25-26, 20222022-2023
Midland, MIMidland CenterOctober 28-30, 20222022-2023
Dallas, TXMy Fair LadyNovember 1-13, 20222022-2023
Denver, CODenver CenterNovember 15-27, 2022 #2022-2023
Fort Worth, TXBass Performance HallNovember 29–December 4, 2022 #2022-2023
Orange, TXLutcher TheaterDecember 5, 20222022-2023
College Station, TXRudder AuditoriumDecember 6-7, 20222022-2023
Shreveport, LAStrand TheatreDecember 8, 2022 2022-2023
Baton Rouge, LARiver CenterDecember 9, 20222022-2023
Oxford, ALOxford PACDecember 11, 20222022-2023
Sarasota, FLVan Wezel PAHDecember 13-15, 20222022-2023
Lakeland, FLRP Funding CenterDecember 16, 20222022-2023
Clearwater, FLRuth Eckerd HallDecember 18, 20222022-2023
Milwaukee, WIMarcus CenterJanuary 3-8, 2023 ^2022-2023
Baltimore, MDHippodrome TheatreJanuary 10-15, 20232022-2023
Hershey, PAHershey TheatreJanuary 17-22, 20232022-2023
Waterbury, CTPalace TheaterJanuary 24-26, 20232022-2023
New Brunswick, NJState TheatreJanuary 27-29, 20232022-2023
Columbus, GARiverCenterJanuary 31–February 1, 20232022-2023
Evans, GAColumbia County PACFebruary 2, 20232022-2023
Chattanooga, TNMemorial Auditorium
February 3-4, 20232022-2023
Evansville, INOld National Events PlazaFebruary 5, 20232022-2023
Kansas City, MOKauffman CenterFebruary 7-12, 20232022-2023
Ames, IAStephens AuditoriumFebruary 13, 20232022-2023
Midland, TXWagner Noël PACFebruary 15, 20232022-2023
Palm Desert, CAMcCallum TheatreFebruary 17-19, 20232022-2023
San Jose, CACenter for the Performing ArtsFebruary 21-26, 20232022-2023
Portland, ORKeller AuditoriumFebruary 29–March 5, 2023 2022-2023
Davenport, IAAdler TheatreMarch 8, 20232022-2023
Sioux Falls, SDWashington PavilionMarch 10-11, 20232022-2023
Lima, OHLima Civic CenterMarch 13, 20232022-2023
Akron, OHE.J. Thomas HallMarch 14-15, 2023 2022-2023
Lexington, KYLexington Opera HouseMarch 17-19, 20232022-2023
St. Paul, MNOrdway CenterMarch 21-25, 20232022-2023
Miami, FLArsht CenterMarch 28–April 2, 20232022-2023
Gainesville, FLPhillips CenterApril 3, 20232022-2023
Washington, DCNational TheatreApril 6-9, 20232022-2023
Grand Rapids, MIDeVos Performance HallApril 11-16, 20232022-2023
Boston, MABoston Opera HouseApril 18-30, 2023 #2022-2023
Utica, NYStanley TheatreMay 1-2, 20232022-2023
Reading, PASantander PACMay 3, 20232022-2023
Roanoke, VABerglund CenterMay 4, 20232022-2023
Wilmington, NCWilson CenterMay 6-7, 20232022-2023
Orlando, FLDr. Phillips CenterMay 9-14, 2023 ^2022-2023
Springfield, MOHammons HallMay 16-18, 20232022-2023
Little Rock, ARRobinson Performance HallMay 19-21, 20232022-2023
Colorado Springs, COPikes Peak CenterMay 23-25, 20232022-2023
Boise, IDMorrison CenterNovember 8-9, 20232023-2024
Salt Lake City, UTEccles TheaterNovember 12-18, 20232023-2024
Madison, WIOverture CenterNovember 21-26, 2023 ^2023-2024


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  • Producer: Crossroads Live North America
  • Book & Lyrics: Alan Jay Lerner
  • Music: Frederick Loewe
  • Director: Bartlett Sher
  • Tour Director: Samantha Saltzman
  • Choreographer: Christopher Gattelli
  • Tour Choreographer: Jim Cooney
  • Lighting Design: Donald Holder
  • Set Design: Michael Yeargan
  • Costume Design: Catherine Zuber
  • Sound Design: Marc Salzberg & Beth Lake
  • Tour Orchestration: Josh Clayton & Larry Blank
  • Music Direction: David Andrews Rogers
  • Casting: Binder Casting
  • Booking Company: The Booking Group
  • Press Representative: Anita Dloniak & Associates


Although every effort is used to keep an accurate listing of personnel, changes can be made without notice. Notable replacements are marked with an asterisk (*).

ANETTE BARRIOS-TORRES (Eliza Doolittle)  is a Cuban-American actor from Miami, FL. Nat’l tour debut! Regional: The Sound of Music (Maria), Carousel (Carrie) and Grease (Jan) with Lyric Theatre OK. Concerts: 54 Below and An Evening with Kelli O’Hara with OKC Phil. OCU grad! Thanks HCKR, Ann, DAR, Sami & Bart. Besos to her family & Nathan. For Marin. @anettebarriostorres

JONATHAN GRUNERT (Professor Henry Higgins). Jonathan is thrilled to return for another year as Henry Higgins! Favorite credits include: Murder on the Orient Express (Arbuthnot), Shakespeare in Love (Wessex), Thoroughly Modern Millie (Trevor Graydon), Romeo & Juliet (Mercutio),  Evil Dead: The Musical (Ash). MFA FSU/ Asolo Conservatory, BFA Southern Methodist University. Learn more at

JOHN ADKISON (Colonel Pickering) National tour: My Fair Lady, The Music Man, A Christmas Story, Elf. Regional: Laguna Playhouse, People’s Light & Theatre Co., Sierra Repertory Theatre, Gablestage, Ocean State Theatre Co. Stock: Little Theatre on the Square, Theatre by the Sea, Barn Theatre. More at Love to JCA.

MAEGHIN MUELLER (Mrs. Pearce) Maeghin is excited to be rejoining the My Fair Lady tour! She most recently played Desiree Armfeldt in A Little Night Music (CFVA) and Sophie Tucker in the developmental workshop Last of the Red Hot Mamas. Prior to MFL she was the Pile of Poo emoji in Emojiland: The Musical (national tour). @maeghinksings

NATHAN HALTIWANGER (Freddy Eynsford-Hill) is thrilled to return for another year on tour!  Select regional credits: Sweeney Todd (Anthony Hope), She Loves Me (Stephen Kodaly), Cinderella (Prince Topher), Beauty and the Beast (Gaston).  Thanks to Colin, Binder Casting, and the entire MFL team!  All my love to my family and Logan. IG: @nathan.haltiwanger

MICHAEL HEGARTY (Alfred P. Doolittle) is thrilled to be returning to Wimpole Street for another year.  Credits: First national tour of Bartlett Sher’s Fiddler on The Roof. Regional: The Producers, Les Miserables, Footloose, Kinky Boots, Damn Yankees, Sweeney Todd, A Christmas Story. TV/Film: Tommy (with Edie Falco), Better Nate Than Ever.

BECKY SAUNDERS (Mrs. Higgins) is happy to be back on tour as Mrs. Higgins! Tours: Bye-Bye Birdie (Mrs. Merkle), Golf: The Musical (Principal). New York: A Little Night Music (Madame Armfeldt). Regional: Always…Patsy Cline (Louise Seger, Dir. Ted Swindley), White Christmas (Martha Watson, Dir. Rob Baron) and Anne of Green Gables (Marilla Cuthbert, Dir. Jessica Kubzansky).

LAUREN EMILY ALAGNA (Ensemble) is overwhelmed with gratitude to be joining My Fair Lady! Favorite credits: A Chorus Line (Kristine, PSF & REV), Evita (Mistress u/s, Fulton), State Fair (REV), and An American In Paris (ABT). Immense love to her supportive family and friends, and appreciation to HKA. Instagram: @lauren.alagna

EVAN BERTRAM (Ensemble, u/s Eliza Doolittle) National tour debut! Regional: Guys and Dolls (Axelrod), Million Dollar Quartet (Ogunquit), A Christmas Carol (Gateway), The Secret Garden (ACT of CT), SHOUT! (Mason Street). JMU MT alum. Huge thanks to UIA, ARC, and my precious family. Delighted to share the stage with my husband, Jackson! Matt. 11:28-30. IG @evbertram

NICHOLAS CARROLL (Harry, Ensemble, u/s Professor Henry Higgins, u/s Colonel Pickering) National Tour: The Sound of Music (“Captain Von Trapp” U/S). Select regional: Oklahoma (“Judd”), Mamma Mia! (“Harry”), Shrek the Musical (“Lord Farqaad”) – Little Theatre on the Square, The Full Monty (“Reg Willoughby”) – North Shore Music Theatre. Ithaca College BFA Musical Theatre. Much gratitude to the entire MFL company! @nickarroll

RYAAN FARHADI (Jamie, The “Loverly” Quartet, Ensemble, u/s Alfred P. Doolittle) National Tour debut! Recent graduate of Penn State Musical Theatre. Huge thanks to ARC Casting, My Fair Lady and his team at PMA. Dedicated to every one of his teachers, mentors and his parents, without whom none of this would be possible. Iranian and Afghan American. @ryaanfarhadi

ANDREW FEHRENBACHER (Frank the Bartender, Ensemble, u/s Professor Henry Higgins, u/s Colonel Pickering) is excited to return to Wimpole Street! Regional: Guys and Dolls (Sky), The Sound of Music (Captain), Next to Normal (Dan), A Christmas Carol (Bob Cratchit), Ring of Fire (Johnny Cash) and more! Thanks to the MFL team, Dr. Perna, Peppy, and Brian. Love to Mary.

KELLY GLEASON (Ensemble, Assistant Dance Captain). Kelly is thrilled to join the MFL tour! National tour: Chicago (Hunyak u/s Roxie), 42nd Street. Favorite regional: Holiday Inn (Paper Mill), Catch Me If You Can (REV), Cinderella (NSMT), Singin’ in the Rain (Girl in Green, Asst. Choreographer; TBTS). Pace U grad. Thanks to Mom, Dad, and the MFL team!

JACKSON HURT (The “Loverly” Quartet, Steward, Higgins’ Butler, Ensemble, u/s Freddy Eynsford-Hill) is thrilled to be back on tour! Tour: My Fair Lady (2nd Nat’l) Cruise: RCCL. Regional: Sound of Music (The Lex), Little Women, Grease, Little Mermaid (Palace), Cinderella (Aurora). Many thanks to UIA and my family. Blessed to be on stage with my wife, Evan! NKU BFA Alum. @jackson.hurt12. Ephesians 6:16.

CHRISTOPHER ISOLANO (Zoltan Karpathy, u/s Alfred P. Doolittle) is honored to join LCT’s My Fair Lady. Off-Broadway: The Golden Cage (Theatre Row), Fancy Nancy (AMT). Regional: Sound of Music (Engeman), Godspell (Theatre Aspen), Spring Awakening (Hangar). Additional: Aida & Nabucco (Metropolitan Opera). Love to ASA, ARC, my new MFL fam, my famiglia/amici, and my Hitchweist. Hi Ma! @Chris_Isolano

MICHELLE LEMON (Ensemble) National Tour debut! Select regional credits: A Chorus Line, Cinderella (Phoenix Theatre Company), Something Rotten, Crazy for You, Joseph…Dreamcoat, Anything Goes (Sharon Playhouse), INDECENT (Playhouse on Park). Michelle holds a BFA in Dance from the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities. @michelleglemon

JESSICA ORDAZ (Mrs. Hopkins, Ensemble, u/s Mrs. Pearce). National tour debut! Regional: In the Heights (PVPA), Secret Garden, Mamma Mia, Parade, Oklahoma (3DTheatricals), Hunchback Of Notre Dame, Sound of Music (MCRE). She sings for the Disneyland Resort and for the Christmas parody group, The Mistletones. Beyond grateful to Amber Snead and the incredible cast and crew! Jeremiah 29:11 @JessicaLOrdaz

RAFA PEPÉN (Ensemble) is making his national tour debut! Born and raised in the Dominican Republic. Recently seen in 42nd Street at Riverside Theater and The Wizard of Oz at The Palace Theater. His favorite Dominican credits include CATS, Spring Awakening, Godspell and The Addams Family. Gracias a mi familia y amigos por todo el apoyo. Los quiero!

KUMARI SMALL (Clara Eynsford-Hill, Ensemble) is California born & NYC based and is thrilled to be joining My Fair Lady. Credits include Rudolph (national tour), “Mary” in Mary Poppins at the Hyperion at the Disneyland Resort, Gabrielle in R&H’s Cinderella, Memphis, and Beauty & the Beast(Moonlight Amphitheater). Love to her to her family and friends. Rep’d by Firestarter Entertainment. @kumarismall

CHARLIE TINGEN (The “Loverly” Quartet, Lord Boxington, Higgins’ Butlers, Footman, Ensemble, u/s Freddy Eynsford-Hill) is thrilled to join this loverly tour! He has performed Off-Broadway, in national tours, with symphony orchestras, and at opera companies and regional theatres throughout the United States. Recent performances include Anatole in the regional premiere of Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812, Shakespeare in Something Rotten!, and Toby in Sweeney Todd. @charlietingen

GILL VAUGHN-SPENCER (The “Loverly” Quartet, Ensemble).  A Small Potato in the Big City! Recently seen in the Legally Blonde 23/24 national nour (Ensemble/Emmet Cover) and the A Chorus Line 2022 international tour (Swing/Zach Cover). Point Park 2020 alumn and YOU Talent client. Thank you team, family, friends, and God! || IG:@gill.rvs

JOHN VISO (Ensemble). NYC based performer born and raised in Kansas City. National tour debut. Credits: Cabaret (The Old Globe), Cabaret (Asolo Rep), MSC Cruises (RWS Entertainment), A Chorus Line, Newsies! (The Lexington Theatre Co.), Anything Goes, Newsies! (Porthouse Theatre), Bright Star (Phoenix Theatre). Education: BFA Musical Theatre from Ball State University. @visoinlights

GERRI WEAGRAFF (Ensemble, u/s Mrs. Higgins, u/s Mrs. Pearce) is delighted to join the MFL tour! National tours: Anastasia (Dowager Empress), Fiddler on the Roof (Golde). Regional: Arizona Broadway Theatre, Surflight, Beef & Boards, Candlelight Theatre, Fireside. Credits: Funny Girl (Mrs. Brice), Into the Woods (Jack’s Mother), The Spitfire Grill (Hannah), Follies (Phyllis), Lend Me a Tenor (Julia).   

MARY BETH WEBBER (Mrs. Eynsford-Hill, Ensemble) is honored to be joining this amazing production. She recently performed in the first national tour of Fiddler on the Roof as “Yente the Matchmaker.” However, her most important role to date is Mom to her seven fabulous daughters. Much love and gratitude to Mimi, Jack, Leigh, and The J.U.G. Club for their unwavering support.

NICK BERKE (Swing, Dance Captain, Assistant Choreographer) Nick Berke returns to My Fair Lady for another season, after its ’22-’23 acclaimed run. This is his second Bartlett Sher production; he most recently spent 4 years and 700 performances on the Fiddler on the Roof 1st National Tour. Other tours: A Chorus Line (North America/Japan 2018, and Japan 2022). BFA NYU/Tisch. For more credits and info, visit Socials: @nickberke.

SHANNON CONBOY (Ensemble, Onstage Swing). Regional premiere: Tuacahn’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Cherry Sundae). Other favorites: Elf National Tour, Singin’ in the Rain (Kathy Selden), Dames at Sea (Ruby), The ZACH’s Beauty and the Beast. Special thanks to Casting by ARC, Brian at HKA, and the creative team. Love to her supportive family! @shanconboy

DEREK LUSCUTOFF (Ensemble, Onstage Swing) National tour debut! Last year, Derek was Dance Assistant to Randy Skinner and a swing in the pre-Broadway tryout of 42nd Street at Goodspeed Musicals. Other credits: Don Lockwood in Singin’ in the Rain (Rivertown Theaters), Cinderella (Paper Mill Playhouse), Mamma Mia! (North Shore Music Theatre), and Swing! (Norwegian Cruise Line). BA from UC Berkeley. Many thanks to Crossroads Live, the creative team, BWA Agency, friends, family, & Daniel! @derekluscutoff

ASHTON NORRIS (Swing) is a California girl currently based in Chicago, IL and is thrilled to be touring with My Fair Lady! A recent graduate from Roosevelt University; some previous credits include: Chorus Line, Cinderella, and Pajama Game. Thanks to her family and agents at Gray Talent for their support! @ashtonmarienorris


Boasting such classic songs as “I Could Have Danced All Night,” “The Rain in Spain,” “Wouldn’t It Be Loverly” and “On the Street Where You Live,” My Fair Lady tells the story of Eliza Doolittle, a young Cockney flower seller, and Henry Higgins, a linguistics professor who is determined to transform her into his idea of a “proper lady.” But who is really being transformed?

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