George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion will mark the premiere of Stamp Brothers Productions. The inaugural play will be showing in the 133rd Street Art Center at 308 West 133rd Street. Show dates are July 12th-14th at 8pm, including a 2pm matinee on the 13th. Stamp Brothers Productions is a Non-Profit organization using a "Pay-What-You-Can" Ticket program. This means that the production is entirely free; just pay what you feel you can afford to see the show. Tickets are received at the door the night of the show.
In a brand new vision, done in the round, director, Joey Stamp, reinstates the original ending and combines music, under the direction of Michael Stamp, with original dance by Sean Roschman, into an unforgettable theatrical experience.
Featuring the acting talents of Lauren Young as Eliza, Kristina King as Mrs. Doolittle, Justy Kosek as Henry Higgins, Nick Golden as Freddy, Elizabeth Colwell as Clara, Jessica Goldstein as Mrs. E Hill, Heather Peterson as Mrs. Higgins, Nastsha Strang as Mrs. Pearce, and Finn Killgore as Colonel Pickering with a talented ensemble featuring: Jarrel Lynch, Andrea Miller, Haley Rice, Mariana Coelho, Caitrin Kelly, Jessi St. George and stage managed by Annmargaret Centeno.