Former Frasier star Kelsey Grammer is set to hit the stage in a new New York Philharmonic production of musical My Fair Lady.
Grammer will portray grammar pedant PROFESSOR HENRY HIGGINS in four semi-staged performances of the beloved LERNER + LOEWE musical, adapted from GEORGE BERNARD SHAW's PYGMALION, in March (07).
The former TV psychologist will join Charles Kimbrough and Brian Dennehy in the production, which will be performed with the musicians of the New York Philharmonic at Avery Fisher Hall.
Award-winning Broadway conductor ROB FISHER will wave the baton.
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