See Miss Clara Eynsford Hill.
See Alfred Doolittle.
An elderly but vigorous trash handler and a skilled moocher, this person is miserable after coming into money.
This character is a streetwise, energetic cockney flower seller of around 18 or 20 years of age. After learning a genteel accent, this character passes for a member of the nobility.
See Eliza Doolittle.
See Frederick Eynsford Hill.
An expert in phonetics, this character is heartily interested in everything that can be studied as a scientific subject, but careless about other people and their feelings.
A generous and gracious woman in her sixties, this character has "at-home days" set aside for social visits. She sympathizes with the heroine of the play and offers her support.
Frederick Eynsford Hill
This character is an upper-class young man who becomes infatuated with the heroine...
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