The generally enjoyable Bedlam production of Pygmalion doesn’t quite settle for the glucose bait.
The staging is a brash translation of Shaw’s early twentieth-century delicacy into twenty-first century Yankee sensibilities.
A superior classical music concept album, a reminder of how smart and sturdy Johan Strauss’s music can be..
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Surely the lesson of “Pygmalion” is that Eliza should never look back. She doesn’t need to.
This production of “Pygmalion” is also a case study in how an accomplished director –- former Huntington Theatre Company director Nicholas Martin – weaves every part of his team into a seamless whole.
The Williamstown Theatre Festival production of G.B. Shaw’s 100-year-old classic, “Pygmalion” – which only plays nine more performances – delivers an evening of superb theater on all levels.