By George Bernard Shaw
November 18 – December 18, 2016
in The Harriett

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With a sly target pinned on the class system, gender stereotypes, language, and middle-
class morality, George Bernard Shaw — a Mad Cow favorite — created his most popular play and gave birth to some of theatre’s most beloved characters: Henry Higgins and Eliza Doolittle. A play certain to lift your heart and challenge your assumptions, Pygmalion never ceases to entertain. A perfect holiday treat!

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Curtain time is 8 p.m. for all evening performances and 3 p.m. for Sunday matinees.

Talkbacks – Join us for an enlightening discussion with the cast following every Thursday and Sunday performance.

Preview performances for are the Wednesday & Thursday prior to Opening Night.

Group Sales – Save when you attend with friends! Save 20% or more on groups of 10 or more. Learn more about group rates.


hs1AME LIVINGSTON* (Margaret Church)

is in that play at Mad Cow about the crazy family, dealing with life struggles, around a dinner table. Oh, yeah – she was Essie Carmichael in You Can’t Take It With You this past fall! Nope, not that one. Then you mean August: Osage County (Karen Weston). Nope. Is it Table Manners (Annie) then? Not what I was thinking. Got it, Dinner With Friends (Karen) last summer. Huh. Ame seems to have a running streak with shows about a family around a dinner table. She’s also been in shows with Orlando Theatre Project, played Blanche Dubois in a reading of A Streetcar Named Desire at Orlando Shakespeare, done readings at PlayFest, acted in Fringe shows and at Winter Park Playhouse, and sung for Disney for many a year. Huh, I thought she looked familiar.


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