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August through December 2005:
Marla stars as Eliza Doolittle in a national tour of My Fair Lady

Marla Schaffel with cast in 2002 production of My Fair Lady

Marla Schaffel as Eliza Doolittle with cast
in the 2002 tour of My Fair Lady

(Picture courtesy of Theatre of the Stars)

Marla Schaffel and Norman Large in My Fair Lady

Marla Schaffel as Eliza Doolittle and
Norman Large as Henry Higgins
in the 2002 tour of My Fair Lady

(Picture courtesy of The Dallas Morning News)

My Fair Lady

Music by Frederick Loewe
Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner
Based on George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion
Produced by Theatre of the Stars

Theatre of the Stars website
Tour summary on BroadwayWorld.com

Marla Schaffel as Eliza Doolittle
John Vickery as Henry Higgins (bio)
James Valentine as Colonel Pickering (bio)
Jim Weitzer as Freddy Eynsford-Hill (bio)

Tour dates:

August 15–21
Atlanta, Georgia
The Fox Theatre

August 22–28
Layoff week

August 29-September 4
Vienna, Virginia
Filene Center, Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts

September 5–11
Providence, Rhode Island
Providence Performing Arts Center

September 12–18
Hartford, Connecticut
William H. Mortensen Hall, Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts

September 19–October 2
Dayton, Ohio
Victoria Theatre, Benjamin and Marian Schuster Performing Arts Center

October 3–9
Buffalo, New York
Shea's Theatre

October 10–16
Rochester, New York
Auditorium Theatre

October 17–23
Memphis, Tennessee
Orpheum Theatre

October 24–November 13
Layoff weeks

November 14–20
Ft. Myers, Florida
Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall

November 21–27
Clearwater, Florida
Ruth Eckerd Hall

November 28–December 4
Detroit, Michigan
Fisher Theatre

"Marla Schaffel...has re-imagined Eliza Doolittle, making George Bernard Shaw's flower girl
more intelligent, more determined, more volatile and more enthusiastic than ever before."

Source: "Alluring 'Lady'," by Lawson Taitte, The Dallas Morning News, 8/7/02

Other spotlight pages:
The Sound of Music
My Fair Lady (2002)
Let Me Sing
They All Laughed!

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