Leading Ladies: Cross-Dressing Comedy Comes to Westminster
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The last date listed for Leading Ladies was Saturday January 28, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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Perhaps most popularly known as the inspiration for the musical My Fair Lady, George Bernard Shaw's classic satire Pygmalion is a brilliant attack on inequality amongst the classes and the sexes. On a bet, phoneticist Henry Higgins sets out to transform Eliza Doolittle, a cockney flower girl, into a society lady, but doesn't count on his "creation" having a mind of her own. This witty tale from the master playwright delighted and scandalized its first audience in 1912 and remains as relevant as ever today. Learn More
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Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Bryan D.
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Wanted to see this one since we thoroughly enjoyed another one by same playwright- "Lend Me A Tenor". This show had a lot of the same hilarity & "disguised" personalities which are trademarks of this playwright's plays. Lots of neat twists & great comedic banter among the players. Only disappointment was the matinee turnout at this very small theatre (only 3 rows deep along 2 sides/at end of stage! Must have been a lot of folks who stayed home for NFL playoffs(?). All in all, we enjoyed the play!
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Absolutely dreadful production of a very funny show !!
Miscast (how old was Meg ??) & misdirected (a U shaped space does not get the same treatment as a prosecenium - duh !!). There were a couple of actors who tried to rise above. Attendance for...continued
In this hilarious comedy, down-on-their-luck English actors are performing Shakespeare in PA. They hear of an old lady who is about to die and leave her fortune to her long lost English nephews. They decide to impersonate them and get the cash. But, the relatives aren’t nephews, they’re nieces! Laughter abounds when the guys try to get rich as “Maxine and Stephanie.”