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“MY FAIR LADY” musical returns to the Palace Hall with a special show on Christmas

After the success of the sold-out show in October, “My Fair Lady”, the worldwide famous musical story, loved by millions, returns to the Palace Hall on Christmas. The Romanian production of “My Fair Lady” musical, by director Razvan Ioan Dinca, will take place on December 27, starting from 19:00, and brings together several top performers.

Horia Brenciu, Irina Baiant, Adrian Nour, Ecaterina Ladin, Ionut Burlan, Anca Turcasiu, Florin Budnaru, Irina Bucescu or Ovidiu Usvat, and a team of more than 70 other artists, singers, actors and dancers will transform the Palace Hall into a magical universe. The love story between a clumsy florist, Eliza Doolittle, portrayed by Irina Baiant, and a highly appreciated teacher, Henry Higgins, played by Horia Brenciu, who wants to transform her into a real lady, will capture the audience with remarkable singing but also acting, British humour and charm specific to the 1900s.

Accompanied by a live orchestra, led by conductor Daniel Jinga, and a choir, but also outstanding choreography, the audience will be taken beyond the limits of a conventional show, in a captivating and seductive world, but a real one, in which theatre, music and dance are combined in perfect harmony. Complex, unique, created for both the mind and soul, “My Fair Lady” is believed to be “the perfect musical” by critics all over the world.

My Fair Lady is the most loved musical of all time, and this outstanding performance is appreciated by audience of all ages. If you want acting, dancing, humour, love and friendship, if you want a special night that combines all these beautiful feelings, this Christmas is the perfect time to come and see “My Fair Lady” ”, said Horia Brenciu.

According to a press release of the organizers, Irina Baiant said: “My Fair Lady is more than a musical. It is fascinating experience for both the actors and the audience. The musical takes you on a complex journey, with many states and feelings, from loneliness, curiosity and outrage, to love, frailness and touching delicacy. All these feelings are built on the perfect chords of music that just fulfil your state and being”.

The tickets for the “My Fair Lady” show taking place on December 27, at Palace Hall, can be purchased from the iabilet.ro network, as well as from Flanco, Diverta, Carturesti, subway station Unirii 1, Muzica store, IQ BOX, Uman, Libmag, Casa de Balet, from the SelfPay terminals, or the Palace Hall, at different prices, based on the seat category.

The people who want to attend this show with their loved ones can take advantage of the “Friends and family” packages, for which a special price is applied. For more than 8 tickets purchased, customers will receive a 20% discount, and for more than 4 tickets purchased, a 15% discount will be applied.

The “My Fair Lady” musical is based on the text of the play “Pygmalion”, written by George Bernard Shaw, whose main character is Pygmalion, a figure from Greek mythology, who fell in love with a sculpture he created and it was brought to life. Shaw wrote the play in 1912, and the premiere took place at Hofburg Theatre in Vienna on October 16, 1913.

Considered today as one of the most long-standing and successful musicals of all time, “My Fair Lady” had its world premiere on Broadway (New York) on March 15, 1956 and in the West End (London) two years later, becoming a legend in the world of music shows.

The Broadway show won 7 Tony Awards (6 of them for the original version), including “Best Musical” and “Best Director”, a Theatre World Award, 5 Olivier Awards (for the 2001 London reprise) and over 2700 total performances for the original production – an absolute record for those times.

Currently, the famous musical is included in the repertoire of theatres around the world, including in the United States, where, in 2018, almost all of the performances on Broadway being sold-out, the show being a sales leader for several times.

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