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The San Diego Union-Tribune writes: In “My Fair Lady,” Henry Higgins is a wealthy and self-congratulatory buffoon who treats women — well, treats everybody — as toys, and would stick a third foot in his mouth if he had one. Read More

Vista Press writes:  .My Fair Lady” was a hit from the moment it took stage on March 15, 1956, at the Broadway Mark Theatre in New York City, and it remains a hit in the latest production of the musical at the Welk Resort Theatre, running now through April 2ndread more

Theatre reviewer Carol Davis writes:  If you’re not humming “The Rain in Spain”, “On the Street Where You Live”, “Get Me To The Church On Time’, “Wouldn’t it be Loverly”, “With a Little Bit of Luck” or “I Could Have Danced all Night” it’s because you haven’t been up to Welk Village to see the latest incarnation of the Lerner and Loewe classic “ My Fair Lady”.   read more

San Diego Story writes:  My Fair Lady comes to Escondido with quick pacing, smart choreography, and thick cockney accents that twist vowels into silly garble.  This revival of the adored Lerner & Loewe classic, at the Welk Resorts Theatre, is savvy comedy with a social undercurrent that resonates. READ MORE

San Diego Gay & Lesbian News writes:  Welk Resorts brings a classic to the stage, and it’s just as fun as ever. Oh, that Henry Higgins. What a prig. What a jerk. What a genius! (Just ask him.) READ MORE