|01||No Ordinary Man||20001013|
|02||Acquiring The Rights||20001020|
With the death of George Pascal, who owned the rights to `Pygmalion', Lerner and Loewe found themselves going down the tortuous path of acquiring them for themselves.
Lerner and Loewe visit Covent Garden in search of inspiration for the character of Eliza Doolittle.
|04||Putting It Together||20001103|
The project of turning `Pygmalion' into a musical is underwritten by CBS with Moss Hart directing, and auditions are held with over 5,000 singers.
|05||On The Road||20001110|
The production team turn Julie Andrews into Eliza Doolittle, and the show prepares to go on the road.
|06 LAST||First Night||20001117|
The show is given a final polishing prior to its opening on Broadway.