My Fair Lady at James M. Nederlander Theatre

My Fair Lady Tickets

Nederlander Theatre at Ford Center for the Performing Arts | Chicago, Illinois

My Fair Lady

The all-time classic, the multi award-winning, My Fair Lady! Back on in a lavish new production at the Nederlander Theatre at Ford Center for the Performing Arts, get your tickets now for the Tuesday 12th March 2024. It's going to be an epic show, featuring the unforgettable score “I Could Have Danced All Night,” “The Rain in Spain” and “Wouldn’t It Be Loverly”. So, lets go everybody it’s time to get all kitted up like a “proper Lady” and get you and your friends down to the theater. Loved by critics all over with Variety Magazine calling it a “jubilant revival, the beloved musical comes alive in all its glory”

My Fair Lady, "a thing of beauty. A superb new revival of the most perfect musical of all time. A masterful piece of entertainment." That’s according to Entertainment Weekly. My Fair Lady, the original musical from way back in 1950, rejuvenated, overhauled and better than ever before, coming to you only at the outstanding Nederlander Theatre at Ford Center for the Performing Arts in Chicago on the Tuesday 12th March 2024. My Fair Lady tells the story of Eliza Doolittle, a young Cockney flower peddler, and Henry Higgins, a linguistics Professor who is has decided to make over her into his notion of a “proper lady.” The two meet while Eliza is hawking her blossoms from a stall in the world-famous London Covent Garden Plaza, while Professor Higgins is out with his friend. Upon hearing Eliza’s tactless unrefined tones the two make a wager that the Professor couldn’t possibly turn this flower peddling cockney into a right proper lady in just six months! Will the good Professor succeed in his venture? What will happen when Eliza discerns that she is just the pawn in some bet between the Professor and his friend? Reserve your tickets for one of the most outstanding musicals ever and find out for yourself!

My Fair Lady at Nederlander Theatre at Ford Center for the Performing Arts

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