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HERMAN LEVIN'S PRODUCTION

REX HARRISON

JULIE ANDREWS

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ADAPTED FROM BERNARD SHAW'S "PYGMALION"

Produced on the screen by Gabriel Pascal

WITH

STANLEY HOLLOWAY

ROBERT COOTE

ZENA DARE

MUSIC BY

FREDERICK LOEWE

BOOK AND LYRICS BY

ALAN JAY LERNER

PRODUCTION STAGED BY

MOSS HART

Choreography and Musical Numbers Staged by HANY A HOLM Production Designed by OLIVER SMITH

Costumes Designed by CECI~ BEATON.

Musical Director CYRIL ORNADEL

Musical Arrangements by ROBERT RUSSELL BENNETT AND PHIL LANG Lighting by JOE DAVIS

Dance Music Arranged by TRUDE RITTMAN

VOCAL SCORE Offentliche Bioliothe«

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MRS. HIGGINS CHAUFFEUR FOOTMEN ..

LORD BOXINGTON .. LADY BOXINGTON CONSTABLE .. FLOWER GIRL ZOLTAN KARPATHY FLUNKEYS ..

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QUEEN OF TRANSYLVANIA AMBASSADOR

BARTENDER

MRS. HIGGINS' MAID

MOSTYN EVANS ALAN DUDLEY BOB CHISHOLM STANLEY HOLLOWAY BETTY WOOLFE .. ELAINE GARREAV JOHN MOORE HOWARD DAVIES, ELAINE LOVEGROVE, MARY BURGESS, FREDA SESSIONS, BRENDA GAYLE ZENA DARE ALAN BURTON PETER NEWTON, LEE KENTON ALAN DUDLEY .. ELAINE GARREAU ALAN BURTON .' CHARMIAN BURN MAX OLDA.KER WALLACE STEPHENSON, LEE KENTON MOSTYN EVANS MARGARET HALSTAN BOB CHISHOLM ROBERT CRANE WILLOW STOCKDALE

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Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, April 30, 1958

MY FAIR LADY

THE CAST

(in order of appearance)

BUSKERS

MRS. EYNSFORD-HILL ELIZA DOOLITTLE .. FREDDY EYNSFORD-HILL .. COLONEL PICKERING

A BYSTANDER

HENRY HIGGINS

SELSEY MAN

HOXTON MAN

ANOTHER BYSTANDER FIRST COCKNEY SECOND COCKNEY .. THIRD COCKNEY FOURTH COCKNEY .. BARTENDER

HARRY

JAMIE

ALFRED P. DOOLITTLE MRS. PEARCE

MRS. HOPKINS

BUTLER

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JOAN ELVIN, TERRY WILLIAMS, WILLHELM MAURER LINDA GRAY JULIE ANDREWS LEONARD WEIR ROBERT COOTE MAX OLDAKER REX HARRISON ALAN DUDLEY REG TEMPLAR

BOB CHISHOLM ROBERT CRANE JOHN MOORE .. HOWARD DAVIES ROBIN DUNBELL

SINGING ENSEMBLE, DANCING ENSEMBLE

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Scene 2.
Scene 3.
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Scene 5.
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The place is London. The time, 1912

ACT I

Outside the Opera House, Covent Garden-A cold March night

A Tenement Section, Tottenharn Court Road-Immediately following Higgins' Study-The following morning

A Tenement Section, Tottenharn Court Road-Three days later Higgins' Study-Later that day

Near the Race Meeting, Ascot-A July afternoon Inside a Club Tent, Ascot-e-Immediarely following

Outside Higgins' House, Wimpole Street-Later that afternoon Higgins' Study-Six weeks later

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

ACT II

Higgins' Study-3 o'clock the following morning

Outside Higgins' House, Wimpole Street-Immediately following Flower Market of Covent Garden-5 o'clock that morning Upstairs Hall of Higgins' house-II o'clock that morning

The Conservatory of Mrs. Higgins' house-Later that day Outside Higgins' House, Wimpole Street-Immediately following Higgins' Study-Immediately following



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MUSICAL CONTENTS

ACT I

NO.

1 OVERTURE AND OPENING SCENE

2 SONG (Higgins, unth others) ..

3 SONG (Eliza and Male Chorus)

4 TRIO (Doo/iule, Jamie and Harry), ,

4a CHANGE OF SCENE

5 SONG (Higgins)

.. I'm an Ordinary Man ..

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6 REPRISE (Dooliule and Chorus)

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7 SONG (Eliza)

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" Poor Professor Higgins" .. "The Rain in Spain" ,.

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10 SONG (Eliza unt]: lSI and 2nd Maids and Mrr. Pearce)

" I Could Have Danced all Night ..

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11 CHORUS

12 END OF SCniE (Ensemble)

13 SONG (Freddy, wich Mrs. Pearce)

14 ELIZA'S ENTRANCE

15 INTRODUCTION TO PROMENADE

16 PROMENADE ..

17 EMBASSY W AL TZ

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18 ENTR'ACTE 88
19 DUET (Higgins, p,'ckering and Chorus) .. You Did It" 93
20 REPRISE (Eliza) .. Just You Wait .. 106
20a REPRISE (Freddy) .. On the Street Where You Live .. 107
20b SONG (Eliza wirh Freddy) .. Show Me" 109
21 MALE CHORUS (wirh solo, Eliza) .. The Flower Market .. .. 113
22 SONG (Doolittle and Chorus) .. Get Me to the Church on Time .. 118
23 CHANGE OF SCENE . , 133
24 SONG (Higgins, wich Pickering) " A Hymn to Him" 134
24a CHANGE OF SCENe . , 143
25 SONG (Eliza wirh Higgins) .. Without You" 144
26 SONG (Higgins) .. I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face .. 149
27 MUSIC FOR CURTAIN CALLS 159
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SONG- (Higgins)

"I'M AN ORDINARY MAN"

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Cue: DOOLITTLE' I knowed she had a career in Cront of her! Harry, boy,we're in for a booze-u.p. The sun il shin in'

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SONG- (Eliza)

"JUST YOU WAIT"

Cue: HIGGINS: Eliza, I promise you you will pronounce the letter"a"correctly before this da.y is out, or there'll be no lunch, no dinner, and no chocolates!

Elr';,.a slams her study hook dOWII 011 th e floor

Pesante

Eliza

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52 N<? 8

CHORUS- (with Higgins and Eliza) .. POOR PROFESSOR HIGGI NS"

Cue: ELIZA: Ha-ha-ha-hit ....

HIGGINS: Go on! Go on!

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

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poor_ Pro-fes-sor Hig-gins. ~

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on his feet;

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\1 Kind of you, kind of you. How k i n d of you to let me come.
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V' Cue: H IGG I NS: On, it won't go to waste. I know someone who's immensely fond of strawberry tarts.

ELIZA: Aaaoo o owww!

22 The servants appear

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Cue: 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, four .... (Again the

s e rva n ts are seen)

Ancora p iu mosso

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Quit,

Pro-fes-sor Higgins!

Hear our p le a.oi

Pro-fes-sor Higgins!

Hear our plea.or

Quit, Pro-fes-sor Higgins!

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Dont say"Rine" say "Rain':

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TRIO- (Eliza, Higgins and Pickering) "THE RAIN IN SPAIN"

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Cue: HIGGiNS; Now, try it again.

ELIZA, The r crn ill Spain stays mainly in the plain. HIGGINS: Wha.twJl.5'that?

ELIZA: Tt e rain 11'1 Spain stays mainly in the plain. HIGGINS: 1\~A.jn.

ELIZA The rain in Spain stays main· ly in

Tempo di Habane rn

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ELIZ

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d p' keri 43 Ancora piu animato

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"I COULD HAVE DANCED ALL NIGHT"

Cue: Mrs. PEARC E: You've all been working much too hard. I think the strain is beginning to show. Eliza,l don't c ar e what Mr. Higgins says,You must put down your books and go 10 bed.

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CHORUS

"ASCOT GAVOTTE"

Cue: Mrs HIGGINS: Charles, you'd better stay close to the car. I may be leaving abruptly.

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Cue: 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 a bet?

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FREDDY: I have a bet on number seven. I should be so happy if you would take it. YOU'll enjoy the race ever so much more.

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ELIZA: That's very kind of you.

FREDDY: His name is Dover.

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SONG - (Freddy, with Mrs. Pearce) "ON THE STREET WHERE YOU LIVE"

Cue: FREDDY: Officer, I know this is Wimpole Street, but could you tell me where 27-A is?

POLICEMAN: Right there, sir

FREDDY: Thank you .... Are those ror sale? FLOWER GIRL: Yes, sir. A shilling

Moderato FREDDY' Here

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Cue: PICKERING: .... What orthe girl? You act as ir50he dotOSn't matter u all.

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Miss Doolittle. you look beautiful

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DUET (Higgins and Pickering) and Chorus "YOU OlD IT"

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