George Bernard Shaw’s immortal comedy about class identity and transformation


Sound Theatre Company presents PYGMALION, George Bernard Shaw’s immortal comedy about class identity and transformation, for only ten performances this August at Seattle Center’s Center House Theatre. Eliza Doolittle, Henry Higgins and all your favorite characters fill the play that inspired the celebrated hit musical, My Fair Lady. A late summer delight, don’t miss this romantic battle of wits.

Following Sound Theatre Company’s critically acclaimed production of The Belle of Amherst, Pygmalion is directed by founder Teresa Thuman and builds on STC’s tradition of presenting plays which center on the role of language in our lives.  Company members Frank Lawler as Henry Higgins and Carolyn Marie Monroe as Eliza Doolittle lead a cast of Seattle actors: Bill Higham, Daniel A. Guttenberg, Daniel Stoltenberg, Chris Hille, Lee Ann Hittenberg, Lindsay Lucas Arnold, Judy Sanders, Laura Kessler, Gianni Truzzi, and Kelsey Hamilton.

Only 10 performances!

Center House Theatre – Seattle Center
305 Harrison Street

August 18 – 28, 2011


$20 General/$15 Student (Ticket sales at the door must be cash or check only)

PREVIEW – Thursday, August 18 – All seats $10
PWYC – Pay What You Can performances Mon, Aug 22 and Thurs, Aug 25 (Brown Paper Tickets can only accept in $5 increments).