Adapted from George Bernard Shaw's Play and Gabriel Pascal's Motion Picture "PYGMALION" 

Original Production Directed by Moss Hart 

LERNER AND LOEWE'S MY FAIR LADY is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI.





Producers & Casting Directors: David & Corrin Dietlein

Director & Choreographer: Cambrian James

Music Director: Cathy Hauan

Costume Shop Manager: Brielle Hawkes

Costume Designer: Celia Erickson

Head of Carpentry: Kyle Webb

Shop Manager / Scenic Designer / Head Scenic Artist: McKenna Carpenter

Lighting Designer: Catherine Andrus

Props Mistress / Scenic Painter: Liz De La Torre

Scenic Painter: Brittany Arwine

Carpenter: Michael Pratt

Costume Assistants: Toni Anne Smith & Molly Hill

Wigs & Makeup: Cambrian James

Production Stage Manager: Kaitlyn Grace

Rehearsal Assistant: Rochelle Barton

Assistant Stage Managers: Kinsey Moore & Abbey Hawel

Audio Engineer: Jackson Zyontz

Production Assistant: Jamie Fleischer

Business Manager & Hale Bookkeeper: Britney Carpenter

Dance Captain: Carmiña Monserrat


Eliza Doolittle: Amanda Valenzuela

Henry Higgins: Rob Stuart

Colonel Pickering: Justin Howell

Freddy Eynsford-Hill: Brandt Norris

Alfred P. Doolittle: Hector Coris

Harry: Gary Pimentel

Jamie: Adam Guinn

Mrs. Pearce: Kira Galindo

Mrs. Eynsford-Hill & Mrs. Hopkins: Sarah Cleeland

Mrs. Higgins: Suze St. John

Ensemble: Carmiña Monserrat

Ensemble: Gracie Gamble

Ensemble: Diana Stapley

Ensemble: Sophia Castelluccio

Ensemble: Ava Cusiter

Ensemble: Bennett Allen Wood

Ensemble: Jeremy Cruz

Ensemble: Truman Regard-Whipple

Ensemble: Joseph Strode

Ensemble: Reece Harris

Ensemble: Payten McLeod


Eliza Doolittle u.s.: Rochelle Barton

Henry Higgins u.s. / Alfred P. Doolittle u.s.: Adam Guinn

Colonel Pickering u.s.: Gary Pimentel

Freddy Eynsford-Hill u.s. / Harry u.s. / Jamie u.s.: Reece Harris

Mrs. Pearce u.s.: Sarah Cleeland

Mrs. Higgins u.s.: Kira Galindo

Mrs. Eynsford-Hill u.s.: Diana Stapley

Mrs. Hopkins u.s.: Gracie Gamble

Female Ensemble Swing: Brie Wadsworth-Gates

Male Ensemble Swing: Joshua South


London, 1912



Scene I: Outside Covent Garden: A cold March night.

Scene II: A Tenement Section - Tottenham Court Road: Later that evening.

Scene III: Higgins' Study: The next day.

Scene IV: Tenement Section: Mid-day, several weeks later.

Scene V: Higgins' Study: Later that afternoon. 

Scene VI: Outside Ascot: A July afternoon. 

Scene VII: Ascot: Immediately following. 

Scene VIII: Outside Higgins' House: Later that day.

Scene IX: Higgins' Study: Evening six weeks later. 

Scene X: Transylvanian Embassy Promenade: Outside the ballroom. Later that evening. 

Scene XI: The Ballroom of the Embassy: Immediately following.


Scene I: Higgins' Study: 3:00 the following morning. 

Scene II: Outside Higgins' House: Immediately following. 

Scene III: Flower Market of Covent Garden: 5:00 in the morning. 

Scene IV: Upstairs Hall of Higgins' House: 11:00 the following morning. 

Scene V: The Garden of Mrs. Higgins' House: Later that morning. 

Scene VI: Outside Higgin's House: Dusk, that afternoon. 

Scene VII: Higgins' Study: Immediately following. 



Why Can't The English? 


Wouldn't It Be Loverly?

(Eliza & Ensemble)

With A Little Bit Of Luck

(Doolittle, Harry & Jamie)

I'm An Ordinary Man


With A Little Bit Of Luck - Reprise

(Doolittle & Ensemble)

Just You Wait


The Servants' Chorus


The Rain In Spain

(Higgins, Eliza & Pickering)

I Could Have Danced All Night


Ascot Gavotte


On The Street Where You Live


The Embassy Waltz

(Higgins, Eliza, Pickering & Ensemble)



You Did It

(Higgins, Pickering, Mrs. Pearce & Ensemble)

Just You Wait - Reprise


On The Street Where You Live - Reprise


Show Me

(Eliza & Freddy)

The Flower Market / Wouldn't It Be Loverly? - Reprise

(Eliza & Ensemble)

Get Me To The Church On Time

(Doolittle & Ensemble)

Hymn To Him


Without You

(Higgins & Eliza)

I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face


Curtain Call

(Full Company)

Amanda Valenzuela
as Eliza Doolittle

Amanda is thrilled to be back at Hale! Recent credits include: Titanic at Hale Sandy; the world premiere of Million Dollar Quartet Christmas where she originated the role of Dyanne. Hale credits: Beauty and the Beast (Babette),The Music Man (Marian Paroo), Brigadoon (Fiona MacLaren) The Addams Family (Morticia), Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Christine), Hello, Dolly! (Irene Molloy), and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (Truly Scrumptious). Many thanks to Dave, Corrin, Cambrian, Cathy, the cast, crew, and her family. 

Rob Stuart
as Henry Higgins

Rob hopes you enjoy the show! Some of his favorite Hale credits include: To Kill a Mockingbird (Atticus Finch), The 39 Steps (Richard Hannay), The Music Man (Harold Hill), The Diary of Anne Frank (Otto Frank), and Little Shop of Horrors (The Dentist). “Christmas is not a humbug. It is a time of family, friends, laughter, and love. Speak your love while you can.” Rob dedicates this show to his dear mother, Barbara.

Justin Howell
as Colonel Pickering

Justin is honored to return to the Hale stage. Justin was last seen in See How They Run. Favorite credits include: The Tempest (Prospero), and Pippin (Charlemagne), both done during his time at University of California, Los Angeles. This performance is dedicated to the memory of one of his mentors, Harvey Jordan. Many thanks for coming to see this beautiful show and much love to Cambrian, Corrin, and Dave. 

Brandt Norris
as Freddy Eynsford-Hill

Brandt is thrilled to be back on the Hale stage for his 11th show! Past credits include: 42nd Street (Billy Lawlor), Beauty and The Beast (Lumiere), and Fiddler on the Roof (Motel). Regional Credits include: Mystic Pizza (Ensemble/Tim Understudy) at the Engeman, and Footloose (Teen Ensemble) at the St. Louis Muny. He wants to thank his friends and family for always supporting him. He also wants to thank Cambrian, Cathy, Dave, and Corrin for giving him this special opportunity!

Hector Coris
as Alfred P. Doolittle

Hector has performed all over the valley but especially enjoys returning to Hale! He was last seen here in Bye Bye Birdie (Mr. MacAfee) and Lucky Stiff (Vinny), among others. Other favorite credits: A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder (The D'Ysquith Family, 3X), The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Clopin), and Forum (Pseudolus, 3X). "Thanks to Hale for another loverly opportunity!"

Gary Pimentel
as Harry / Colonel Pickering u.s.

Recent HCT Credits: Fiddler on the Roof (The Rabbi), Sister Act (Monsignor O’Hara), Lucky Stiff (Body of Tony Hendon), and And Then There Were None (William Blore). Favorite theater experiences include: Over the River and Through the Woods (Nunzio Cristano, HCTUT), A Midsummer Night's Dream (Nick Bottom), 9 to 5: The Musical (Franklin Hart), Bridges of Madison County (Charlie), and The Fantasticks (Hucklebee). Gary thanks Lori for her love and support.

Adam Guinn
as Jamie / Henry Higgins u.s. / Alfred P. Doolittle u.s.

Adam is thrilled to be a part of My Fair Lady. This show has been a pleasure to prepare for and he can’t wait to see how audiences react to this cast of ridiculously talented folks. Adam would like to thank his castmates/crew for being amazing human beings, Cambrian and Cathy for their direction as well as insight, Dave and Corrin for their support and leadership, and his family for being all his reasons! 

Kira Galindo
as Mrs. Pearce / Mrs. Higgins u.s.

Kira is overjoyed to be sharing this wonderful story with all audiences. Favorite roles: Fiddler On The Roof (Fruma -Sarah), Roger and Hammerstein’s Cinderella (Madam), Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (The Narrator), Pump Boys and Dinettes (Rhetta Cupp), and Bat Boy the Musical (Meredith). Kira has BA in Performance and has toured internationally, opened in Las Vegas, and has performed Off Broadway in NYC. Thanks to her family, friends, Mr. Mikus, General, her Rocket Scientist husband, for all their support and love. “Third row aisle seat Mom, we’re almost there.”

Sarah Cleeland
as Mrs. Eynsford-Hill / Mrs. Hopkins / Mrs. Pearce u.s.

Sarah is thrilled to return to the Hale stage! Sarah has previously been seen both here and around the valley in: 42nd Street (Anytime Annie), The Marvelous Wonderettes (Betty Jean), Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Jolene), and several ensemble moments including Mary Poppins, Freaky Friday, Anything Goes, and Bright Star. Special thanks to her friends and family for their support, the production team for their knowledge and creativity, and of course, her Ponce, for walking beside her any way the wind blows.

Suze St. John
as Mrs. Higgins

Suze is thrilled to return to Hale, having appeared previously in: The Addams Family (Grandma), Mary Poppins (Miss Andrew/Bird Woman), and Fiddler on the Roof (Yente). Other recent credits include: Revolutionists (Marie Antoinette, Stage Left, AriZoni nomination), William Shakespeare’s Land of the Dead (Theater Works), Three Tall Women (iTheatre Collaborative), and The Importance of Being Earnest (Flagstaff Shakespeare). Suze taught Performing Arts for 25 years but now happily sells movie tickets at Harkins.

Carmiña Monserrat
as Ensemble

Carmiña is excited to be participating in this beautiful show! Select credits: Something’s Afoot (Hope Langdon, HCT), Footloose (Ariel, HCT), A Chorus Line (Maggie, PTC), and The Hello Girls! (Louise LeBreton, PTC). Special thanks to the creative team for this opportunity and besitos to friends and family! 

Gracie Gamble
as Ensemble / Mrs. Hopkins u.s.

Gracie has performed in theaters all around the Arizona valley. She spends most of her time at rehearsal or on the stage. When she’s not either of those places, she’s spending time with her cat Sushi. Her most recent performances here at The Hale include: See How They Run, A Christmas Carol and Fiddler on the Roof. This show has been an incredible challenge for her and she hopes the audience enjoys watching it as much as she has enjoyed doing it!

Diana Stapley
as Ensemble / Mrs. Eynsford-Hill u.s.

Diana is delighted to be back on the Hale Stage for this beloved classic! Previous HCT credits include: Steel Magnolias, A Christmas Carol, Beauty And The Beast, and 42nd Street. Outside of theatre, she is currently pursuing her Bachelor's Degree at ASU. Diana expresses immense gratitude to Dave, Corrin, Cambrian, Cathy and everyone else involved in the making of this fantastic production. "Enjoy the show!"

Sophia Castelluccio
as Ensemble

Sophia is so grateful for this opportunity to perform on the Hale stage. Thank you to the entire team for their amazing artistry and to her family for their support through every endeavor. Select credits: Fiddler on the Roof (Ensemble), Bye Bye Birdie (Ensemble), Cinderella (Ensemble Swing, PTC). @sophiacastelluccio_

Ava Cusiter
as Ensemble

Ava is thrilled to perform another musical here at Hale! Most recently, Ava was seen in Beauty and the Beast (Silly Girl). Other credits include: A Chorus Line (Judy Turner) and Saturday Night Fever (Doreen) at The Laguna Playhouse. Ava is currently pursuing a BM in Music Theatre with minors in Educational Studies and Dance at Arizona State University. Ava thanks her family and friends for the support. @avacusiter

Bennett Allen Wood
as Ensemble

Bennett is thrilled to be a part of this beautiful show! Favorite credits include: Fly More Than You Fall (World Premiere, Broadway World Winner), RENT (Angel), Into the Woods (Jack), and Nevermore (Edgar Allan Poe). Bennett would love to thank his family, friends, and boyfriend for their endless love and support, Dave, Corrin, as well as Cambrian, Cathy, and the rest of the cast and crew for their hard work. @bennettallenwood

Jeremy Cruz
as Ensemble

Jeremy was most recently seen here in Beauty and the Beast (Ensemble Swing). Other Hale credits: 42nd Street, Sister Act, The Little Mermaid, The Music Man, Brigadoon, Mary Poppins, Newsies, Singin' in the Rain, Big Fish, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, The Little Mermaid (Windward, 2017), Aida, Thoroughly Modern Millie (Bun Foo), Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, West Side Story (Anxious), and Anything Goes. Special thanks to all Hale staff; costumers, box office, backstage, and of course producers and directors. 🤌🏽

Truman Regard-Whipple
as Ensemble

Truman is honored to be taking to the stage again at Hale. He is excited to perform again after recently being seen in: Fiddler on the Roof (Mendel) and Bye Bye Birdie (Hugo Peabody). He is thrilled to be performing alongside such a wonderful cast and crew. He would also like to thank the directing team for making this show possible!

Joseph Strode
as Ensemble

Joseph is originally from Mississippi where he got his BFA in musical theatre from the University of Mississippi. His past Hale credits include: Bye Bye Birdie, Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid, and Footloose. Additional credits: The Secret Garden, and Little Women at Places Productions, and Chicago, Assassins, Macbeth, and Hair at Ole Miss Theatre. He would like to thank his family and fiancé for their unbelievable support. 

Reece Harris
as Ensemble / Freddy Eynsford-Hill u.s. / Harry u.s. / Jamie u.s.

Reece has performed in numerous shows on the Hale stage including: The Andrews Brothers (Patrick Andrews), The Unsinkable Molly Brown (Prince DeLong), and A Christmas Carol. This is a wonderful show, and he hopes you all have a wonderful time! He is incredibly grateful for all of you who have taken the time to come, Dave and Corrin Dietlein for the wonderful opportunity, and the sustained support from friends and family. "Enjoy the show!" @reeceharris7436

Payten McLeod
as Ensemble

Payten is incredibly grateful to return to the Hale stage with this production. Other Hale credits include: See How They Run (Clive/Lionel U.S.), Fiddler on the Roof (Reb Mordcha), Footloose, Freaky Friday, and No, No, Nanette! Thanks go out to Dave, Corrin, and Cambrian for the opportunity to once again grace the Hale stage, as well as his friends and family for their support, especially his mom. "Enjoy!" @payten_mcleod

Rochelle Barton
as Eliza Doolittle u.s.

Rochelle is thrilled to be joining this talented cast. She is a veteran to the stage as well as a classically trained vocalist and graduate of the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in NYC. She has performed in National Tours, Regional Theatres and performs frequently throughout the valley. Thank you to Cambrian, Cathy, Dave and Corrin for the opportunity. Much love to her family for all the support.

Brie Wadsworth-Gates
as Female Ensemble Swing

Brie is elated to be a part of this beautiful production, most noted for her recent work in: Life Could Be A Dream (Lois Franklin), Beauty and the Beast (Belle), 42nd Street (Peggy Sawyer), Bye Bye Birdie (Kim MacAfee), Lucky Stiff (Annabel Glick), and Brigadoon (Meg Brockie). Other: Secret Garden (Martha), Seussical (Cat in the Hat), KCACTF Irene Ryan Participant and two-time ariZoni nominee. She thanks her husband DJ, her family, Cambrian, Cathy, Dave and Corrin, and her fabulous cast and crew. 


Joshua South
as Male Ensemble Swing

Joshua is grateful to support such a talented cast in this golden show! Previously scene in Hale Centre Theatre’s production of A Christmas Carol (Young Scrooge), Fiddler on the Roof (Fyedka), and Beauty and the Beast (LeFou) last season. IG: @42joshuasouth

Cambrian James
Director & Choreographer

Cambrian James is well-known for his versatile staging throughout the Valley and nationally. He is a multi-award winning director and choreographer for Tarzan, The Wizard of Oz, Footloose, Damn Yankees and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. Cambrian has enjoyed a long career as an actor and dancer in Annie (Daddy Warbucks), Crazy For You (Bobby Child), The King and I (The King) and Hairspray (Edna Turnblad).

Cathy Hauan
Music Director

Dr. Cathy Hauan recently retired from Mesa Community College, where she taught voice and musical theatre. There she served as conductor/pianist for 65 musicals since 2001. Favorites include Parade, Sweeney Todd, The Secret Garden, and Beauty and the Beast. She has 2 ariZoni Awards. Cathy received her DMA in Vocal Performance from ASU. Onstage she has appeared in opera, oratorio, and music theater. Favorite roles include Sister Mary Amnesia (Nunsense) and as a little old lady in The Producers (which she was also conducting).

A Special Thanks to the our Box Office and Front of House Employees who work behind the scenes!