Eliza Doolittle (Rachel Snyder, center) shocks race-goers (Isaac Jones and Fiona Mowbray) as she yells “move your bloomin’ arse!” in “My Fair Lady.” The production’s opening night, Thursday, was postponed due to the impending winter storm.
Eliza Doolittle (Rachel Snyder, center) shocks race-goers (Isaac Jones and Fiona Mowbray) as she yells “move your bloomin’ arse!” in “My Fair Lady.” The production’s opening night, Thursday, was postponed due to the impending winter storm. Rich Copley rcopley@herald-leader.com
Eliza Doolittle (Rachel Snyder, center) shocks race-goers (Isaac Jones and Fiona Mowbray) as she yells “move your bloomin’ arse!” in “My Fair Lady.” The production’s opening night, Thursday, was postponed due to the impending winter storm. Rich Copley rcopley@herald-leader.com
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