My Fair Lady

Major Productions

Below is a list of Broadway, London and touring productions in the database. For a complete list, including regional, click here or at the bottom of the Productions box.

Original Broadway Production (1956)
New York, NY
National Tour (1957)
London Production (1958)
London, England
Australian Production (1959)
City Center Revival (1964)
New York, NY
City Center Revival (1968)
New York, NY
Broadway Revival (1976)
New York, NY
National Tour (1977)
London Revival (1979)
London, England
Broadway Revival (1981)
Broadway Revival (1993)
New York, NY
London Concert (1996)
London, England
Melbourne Concert (1998)
Melbourne, Australia
Royal National Theatre Production (2001)
London, England
New York Philharmonic Concert (2007)
New York, NY
Broadway Revival (2014; cancelled)
New York, NY

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Original score

Cut prior to opening

Studio Cast Recordings

Recordings listed here were done in the studio specifically to release as recordings. They do not represent cast recordings of a particular production.

Studio Cast (1956)
Mattie Marshal, Don Rodney
Studio Cast (1957)
Marcia Neil, Lanny Ross
Studio Cast (1957)
Lola Fisher, Richard Torigi, Edgar Powell, William Reynolds (ii)
Studio Cast (1957)
Patricia Clark (i), Mike Sammes, Bill Shepherd Chorus
Studio Cast (1958)
Robert Back, Charles Peck, Evelyn Sharpe
Studio Cast (9999)
Hubert Gregg, Elizabeth Larner, John Slater, John Harvey (i)

Demos & Pre-Production Recordings

  • No demos listed.


Original Authors

Book & Lyrics...
Source Material...

Later Contributors

There are no known writers who contributed to revisions, etc. following the original production.
GENRE: Musical Comedy


Source Material

Adapted from Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw


No synopsis listed.

Alternate Titles

  • Mi bella dama (Spanish title)
  • Minha querida lady (Portuguese title)
  • My Lady Fair (rehearsal title)
  • My Lady Liza (referred to in Theatre Arts magazine far in advance of the original production; never advertised under this title)
  • Pygmalion (source material)

Trivia & History

This musical took over the position (from Oklahoma!) of the longest running musical on Broadway until overtaken by Hello, Dolly! in 1971. My Fair Lady held the position for nine years in this country.

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