Sunday, September 7, 2003

Half-price loverly way to see 'My Fair Lady'

Be flexible and take your chances on a half-price day of show ticket for My Fair Lady at Playhouse in the Park ( Review ).

Crista Moore, who plays Cockney flower girl Eliza Doolittle, holds two Tony Award nominations. Neal Benari, playing phonetics professor Henry Higgins, has a long list of Broadway credits. Calling the box office (421-3888) to check availability is a lot easier than standing in the TKTS line in Times Square. You probably won't get the best seats in the house, but early in the week early in the run, you can see the show for less than $20. Seniors, you can order your tickets by phone instead of coming to the box office. (Make a Playhouse date for this afternoon or Wednesday and you can meet the artists post-performance.)

P.S. Don't forget that Playhouse has a new 7:30 p.m. curtain time for Tuesday and Wednesday performances.


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