Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw
A Senior Project by Bennie Matesich
April 24-27 All shows start a 8pm
Henry Higgins pompously bets he can transform a poor Cockney flower girl, Eliza Doolittle,into a duchess by coaching her in proper English speech. Pygmalion’s undertones criticize differences in class during the early 1900′s and remark on ideas concerning independent women.
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Tickets are $10 for community members .
Although all shows are free for Warren Wilson staff and students ticket reservations, especially for large groups , are recommended.