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(foreground) Irene Lucio as Eliza Doolittle, (background) Nicholas Pelczar as Freddy, and Julie Eccles as Mrs. Eynsford Hill, in California Shakespeare Theater's production of Pygmalion, directed by Jonathan Moscone; photo by Kevin Berne.

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(L to R) Irene Lucio as Eliza Doolittle and Anthony Fusco as Henry Higgins in California Shakespeare Theater's production of Pygmalion, directed by Jonathan Moscone; photo by Kevin Berne.

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(L to R) Irene Lucio as Eliza Doolittle, L. Peter Callender as Col. Pickering, and Anthony Fusco as Henry Higgins in California Shakespeare Theater's production of Pygmalion, directed by Jonathan Moscone; photo by Kevin Berne.

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(L to R) L. Peter Callender as Col. Pickering, Irene Lucio as Eliza Doolittle, and Anthony Fusco as Henry Higgins in California Shakespeare Theater's production of Pygmalion, directed by Jonathan Moscone; photo by Kevin Berne.

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(L to R) L. Peter Callender as Col. Pickering, Irene Lucio as Eliza Doolittle, and Anthony Fusco as Henry Higgins in California Shakespeare Theater's production of Pygmalion, directed by Jonathan Moscone; photo by Kevin Berne.

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(L to R) Anthony Fusco as Henry Higgins, Catherine Castellanos as Mrs. Pearce, and Irene Lucio as Eliza Doolittle in California Shakespeare Theater's production of Pygmalion, directed by Jonathan Moscone; photo by Kevin Berne.

Publicity Photos

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(L to R) L. Peter Callender as Colonel Pickering, Irene Lucio as Eliza Doolittle, and Anthony Fusco as Professor Henry Higgins, in California Shakespeare Theater's production of Pygmalion, directed by Jonathan Moscone; photo by Kevin Berne.

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Irene Lucio as Eliza Doolittle and Anthony Fusco as Professor Henry Higgins in California Shakespeare Theater's production of Pygmalion, directed by Jonathan Moscone; photo by Kevin Berne.

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Irene Lucio as Eliza Doolittle in California Shakespeare Theater's production of Pygmalion, directed by Jonathan Moscone; photo by Kevin Berne.




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COVERAGE

"Exhilarating... Director Jonathan Moscone sticks to Shaw's antiromantic intentions and more than makes them work." –SF Chronicle

"The petticoats and bustles may have disappeared but the pressure for women to conform to ideals of beauty and propriety set by men endures. An awareness of that laces Jon Moscone's crisp and clear revival of the extreme makeover comedy… a sparkling, smart revival." –San Jose Mercury News

“The social commentary [is] highly engaging, thanks in part to the play's swift pacing and keen performances. Get your dose of turn-of-the-century class and gender angst (which are sadly still very applicable today) in Cal Shakes' beautiful outdoor proscenium before it's doolittle, doolate.” –East Bay Express

“The pleasures of this 2 1/2-hour play are many, from the elegant, florally accented set by Annie Smart to the classy costumes by Anna Oliver. But it’s the sterling cast that really makes it crackle…. it’s [a] play bursting with life.” –Chad Jones’ Theaterdogs

“The Victorian costumes by Anna Oliver are perfect, and Annie Smart’s elegant scenic design depicts the play’s original era with uncommon economy and function, yet manages to impart an air of the lush privilage of Higgins’ world...what takes this production of Pygmalion to the next level [is] the company’s dedication to giving the audience Shaw’s anti-romanticism, wit, and keen observations straight, with no chaser.”
A Beast in a Jungle

powerfully executed... the actors’ costumes and period accents allowed Shaw’s critical rendering of the Victorian era to come alive. Shaw’s class and gender critiques are not lost on today’s world.” —PopFront






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