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Pygmalion, a Review

Summary: Reviews a production of George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion. Describes how it plays on the complex business of human relationships in the social world and is a witty and satirical production that keeps the audience glued to their seats anxiously awaiting the next plot twist or development. Examines how it remains fresh and appealing in a modern setting.
George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion is an engaging play based on a Greek myth of the same name. It plays on the complex business of human relationships in the social world and is a witty and satirical production that keeps the audience glued to their seats anxiously awaiting the next plot twist or development. The costumes, stage effects and set design also add to the brilliance of the play.

The play is centered around Professor Higgins, an immature, bossy phoneticist, who makes a bet that he can turn Eliza Doolittle, a cockney English flower girl, into a duchess in the short period of 6 months. He however underestimates the ability of Eliza's mind since she is as stubborn and obstinate as he is. This play is a wonderful remake of the Greek Myth, Pygmalion, where a sculptor falls in love with the perfect female statue of his own making...

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