My Fair Lady Tickets on Sale for Tempe Center for the Arts Aug 4th, 2016 by Admin My Fair Lady Tickets on Sale for Tempe Center for the Arts Performances August 18-21Scottsdale Musical Theater Company presents the classic Lerner & Loewe musical My Fair Lady August 18-21 at Tempe Center for the Arts My Fair Lady is one of the most beloved classic Broadway musicals. When the pompous Henry Higgins takes a bet to transform Cockney flower girl Eliza Doolittle into a proper English society lady, he soon discovers he’s taken on much more than a parlor room challenge. Featuring classic songs like “I Could Have Danced All Night,” “The Rain in Spain,” “Wouldn’t It Be Loverly” and “On the Street Where You Live,” My Fair Lady is a Broadway royalty production at its finest!Leading the cast as Professor Henry Higgins is Valley stage favorite Terry Gadaire with Karylin Veres as Eliza Doolittle. Joining them are Peter Cunniff (Alfred P. Doolittle), Bill Diekmann (Col. Pickering), Curtis Moeller (Freddy EynsfordHill), Nicole Bond as Mrs. Pearce, and Patricia Parker as Mrs. Higgins.The ensemble includes Allyse Bridges, Jessica Cole, Todd Corbeil, Benjamin Harris, Roger Hunt, Lindsay Kalby, Melissa Kamel, Lauren Koeritzer, Jack Lambert, Amanda Langham, Kate Maniuszko, DanielleMendelson, Danica Rocha, Scott Sneeden, Corinne Tachuk, Leeann Tegl , and Matthew Wiederholdt .My Fair Lady will be directed and staged by David Hock with dance choreography by Hillary Conrad. Curtis Moeller will serve as musical director and the conductor will be Kevin Hayward.Tickets are now on sale ranging from $33-$42 and can be purchased at www.ScottsdaleMusicalTheater.com or by calling (602) 909-4215. Group rates are also available. Performances will take place at Tempe Center for the Arts at 700 W. Rio Salado Parkway, Tempe. About Scottsdale Musical Theater CompanyIn its 6th year, SMTC prides itself on “bringing Broadway’s favorites back to life”, presenting full, large scale productions of Broadway musicals in their original forms, as they were meant to be seen. Utilizing professional sets and costumes, great local talent and a full live 20+ piece orchestra for every show, SMTC has been called “the best theatre company in the Valley when it comes to producing classic musicals.” (Talkin’ Broadway).