Winner of numerous awards and Theatre World Awards, Tony Awards, Drama Desk Awards and the Laurence Olivier Awards and considered by critics worldwide as “musical perfect,” “My Fair Lady” by Frederick Loewe has won the public shortly after the world premiere held on March 15 Broadway in 1956. his success was confirmed shortly and London, the West End, and subsequently became one of the most played and award-winning musicals in the world.
Built as a performance major, thought for both the soul and the mind alike, the new production presents a very different perspective a story known and timeless. The creative team consists of director Răzvan Ioan Dincă, conductor Daniel Jinga, American designer Maruti Evans, costume designer Oana Botez, choreographer and lighting designer Violeta Dincă Daniel Klinger. Translation and adaptation of the libretto is performed by Ernest Fazekas.
Răzvan Ioan Dincă is known for performances achieved as a director, but also as a promoter of musical in Romania, the initiative to playing in Bucharest in national premiere musicals like “Phantom of the Opera” by Andrew Lloyd Webber, “Romeo and Juliet” Gérard Presgurvic or “Rebecca” Sylvester Levay of. He directed the dramatic theater, opera, operetta and musicals, among them are “Twelfth Night” by William Shakespeare, “A Lost Letter” by I.L. Caragiale, “head duck” by George Ciprian, performances of the operetta “Gypsy Baron” and “Die Fledermaus” by Johann Strauss, the show-collage “Paris, mon amour” opera baroque “Deceballo” Leo Leonardo and more others.
Adapted from “Pygmalion” track Bernard Show and film Gabriel Pascal, the musical “My Fair Lady” brings to the fore the illusion of becoming through culture and education translated into surprising story of a young and modest florists in Covent Garden, Eliza Dolittle, became the subject of a bet placed by a famous professor of phonetics and his friend who has the stake transforming it into a true lady of high society London. But things do not stop here …