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Oldcastle’s ‘My Fair Lady’ to make Henry Higgins a little more human

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Scott MacGowan thinks Rex Harrison’s performance in “My Fair Lady” is up there with the best of them. His own Henry Higgins, however, will be a much kinder and gentler man. “You take away from people what you can, but I’m a bit younger than he was and I am a singer,” said MacGowan, who plays Higgins in the Oldcastle Theatre Company production of Lerner and Loewe’s classic musical from 1956. “His Higgins was a ...


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