My Fair Lady review: Director Bartlett Sher’s musical production makes theatrical history

Bartlett Sher’s Lincoln Center production of Lerner and Loewe’s musical is comfortingly traditional with a couple of twists. Amara Okereke makes theatrical history as the first black Eliza Doolittle and, by George, she’s got it. If her opening scene lays on the Cockney hoyden with a trowel, the moment she begins to sing, it’s clear she’ll be receiving bouquets bigger than the ones she hawks in her flower basket.
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