That’s true from the beginning, when Higgins (Joseph Giglia) spots Eliza (Kathryn Ohrenstein) selling flowers and she first conceives the idea of stepping up in the world with better speech patterns. Ohrenstein and Giglia both deliver their familiar songs (I’m an Ordinary Man, The Rain in Spain, Wouldn’t It Be Loverly, etc.) with skill, as do Bob Miller (as Alfred Doolittle) and his cohorts on With a Little Bit of Luck and Get Me to the Church on Time. And Scott Vitale makes for a proper upper-class British twit as Freddy Eynsford-Hill.
Kathryn Ohrenstein as Eliza in Venice Little Theatre’s My Fair Lady.