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dDoinkster Speaks

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The rain in Spain, stays mainly in the plain.


MyFairLady, originally uploaded by hanlian.

Thanks to Letitia for the free ticket, I got to see the musical, My Fair Lady at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.

Honestly, I've not seen the movie yet and I have no idea what to expect... but after watching this play, I would love to catch the movie. :) Poppy Tierney who plays the lead role as Eliza Doolittle, did a fantastic job. Loved her character, Alfred P. Doolittle, and for some weird reason, I thought Henry Higgins and Colonel Pickering's character had a queer inclination. But it's all good. :D

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At 5/21/2007 02:28:00 PM, Blogger NickTay said...

agree with u totally! I loved the SHow! Awesome!!    



At 5/21/2007 04:35:00 PM, Blogger dDonkey said...

Yeah, totally!
Now I have to get hold of a DVD copy of the 1964 original version.    



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