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Outside the Opera House, Covent Garden-A A Tenement Higgins' Higgins' A Tenement Section, Tottenharn Section, Tottenharn that day Ascot-A Study-The Study-Later following morning

cold March night following

Court Road-Immediately Court Road-Three July afternoon following Street-Later

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Near the Race Meeting, Outside Higgins' Higgins' Study-Six

Inside a Club Tent, Ascot-e-Immediarely House, Wimpole weeks later

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The Promenade of the Embassy-Later that night The Ballroom of the Embassy-Immediately following ACT II

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Higgins' Study-3 Outside Higgins'

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Would you be look in' for a good butler, Eliza?

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DOOLITTLE:

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"WITH
Goodnig-ht, Eliza! hope and a little

Jamie and Harry)
BIT

A LITTLE

OF LUCK"
I told you not to goo home! It's just raj t h , :::, '"""'"

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supposed

to get her rest?

26

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'e re c.rhar's no way to talk

to a lady'

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SONG- (Higgins)
"I'M AN ORDINARY
become

MAN"
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fr iends with a woman. so. After all,

and likely

to remain

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Cue:
HIGGINS:

SONG- (Eliza)
"JUST
Eliza, I promise you you will pronounce no dinner, and no chocolates!

YOU WAIT"
the letter"a"correctly before this da.y is out, or there'll be no lunch,

Elr';,.a slams her study hook dOWII

011

th e floor

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Eliza

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week,

on

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of

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a

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I want

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52

N<? 8
Cue:
ELIZA:
HIGGINS:

CHORUSHa-ha-ha-hit
Go on! Go on!

(with Higgins
PROFESSOR

and Eliza)

....

.. POOR
are seen

HIGGI NS"

The stage darkens. S,·."C servants at one side oj lite stage

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53

:

(Spo " 'en )

lie plays

X!Jlophone

continues

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of

you,

kind

of

you.

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ki n d

of you

to

let

me

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who's immensely fond of strawberry tarts.
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HIGGINS: On, it won't go to waste. ELIZA: Aaaoo oowww! The servants appear 22 PilU mosso I q;a t0 I

I know someone

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HIGGINS: .. Whats the rnatter ? Why did you stop? ELIZA. I Swallowed one, HIGGINS. Oh , don't worry. I have plenty mere. Op en your mouth ... One, two, three, (Again the s e rva nts are seen)

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Hear our p le a.oi

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Ancora p iu mosso

cuo

Quit,

Pro-fes-sor

Higgins!

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Higgins!

Quit,

Pro-fes-sor

Higgins!

Hear our plea.or

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p

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in

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TRIOHIGGiNS; Now, try it again. ELIZA, The r crn ill Spain stays mainly HIGGINS: Wha.twJl.5'that? ELIZA: Tt e rain 11'1 Spain stays mainly HIGGINS: 1\~A.jn. ELIZA
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(Eliza, Higgins
"THE RAIN

and Pickering)

55

IN SPAIN"

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in the plain. in the plain. - ly in the plain. H'GGtNS: I think she's got it! I th ir.k s.ie's

The

rain

in Spain

stays

main

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where's that sog ~y

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and Pickering

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plain'

And

where's

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Ancora piu animato
r in Spain

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(Eliza,) (with 1st & 2nd Maids and Mrs. Pearce)
"I COULD HAVE DANCED ALL NIGHT"
to show. Eliza,l don't e are what

Cue:

Mrs.

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PEARC E: You've all been working much too hard. I think the strain is beginning Mr. Higgins says,You must put down your books and go 10 bed.

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when he

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with

rue, ___

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2nd Maid

Both

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I could have

It's af- ter three, now. Don't you a- gree, now,
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in

bed?

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danced all night!

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I

could have danced

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all

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1st Maid

2nd Maid
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tired

1st Maid
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t.

You're

...

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out.

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have

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Do come a . 101lg,

2nd Maid
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84
ELIZ

Poco meno
night!

65

'"
~ ~ Mrs. Pearce ~ ~ ~
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I

un - der-stand,

-

dear.

It's

all been grand,dear.

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tiIue

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I could have danced

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No. "
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Mrs HIGGINS: Charles, you'd better stay

CHORUS
"ASCOT
close

GAVOTTE"
I may be leaving abruptly.

to the car.

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CHO

s rna sh - ing,

pas - i - t i ve -ly

At the

Sm as h- ing,

pas - i-tive-ly

das h

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spec-ta-cle-

the

As - cot

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d.iy.

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w.w.

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gate

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'ning

day.

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END OF SCENE -(Ensemble)
ELIZA: Have I said anything I oughtn't? Mrs. HIGGINS: Not at all, my dear. ELIZA: Well, that's a mercy, anyhow. What I always say is ... PICKERI NG: I don't suppose there's enough time before the next

race to place

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SONG - (Freddy,
"ON THE STREET
FREDDY: Officer, I know this is Wimpole Street, POLICEMAN: Right there, sir FREDDY: Thank you .... Are those ror sale? FLOWER GIRL: Yes, sir. A shilling

with Mrs. Pearce)
WHERE YOU LIVE"
me where 27-A is? you tell

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FREDDY' Here FLOWER GIR.L· Thank you kindly

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FREDDY'

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Mrs Pearce
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FREDDY:

Is Miss DOvliltle at home?

Mrs.PEARCE:WhomsballJ say is calling-?

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Freddy EynsfordHill. If she doesn't remember I'm the chap who was snig-gering at her

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Mrs. PEARCE: fl

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Yes,sir. FREDDY: You needn't rush. I want street where she lives

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to drink

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