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Show Me! What Eliza Doolittle Teaches Us About Writing

One of my favorite musicals is My Fair Lady, the Pygmalion-inspired Victorian tale where a language expert, Professor Higgins, attempts to transform a flower girl, Eliza Doolittle, into a grand lady by teaching her how to speak well. 419 more words

Write Here, Write Now

Penpal-palooza: Part II (love letters and beyond)

I’ve had a revived desire to write letters. Nostalgia for days gone by.

As a child in the Philippines, I had penpal from Ireland, thanks to the show, … 241 more words


Eliza Doolittle - Skinny Genes

I really don’t like your point of view
I know you’ll never change
Stinging me with your attitude
I’ve got the mind to walk away… 346 more words

Eliza Doolittle

My Fair Lady (1964)

When I was younger, I watched many musicals, old films, ballets and operas at home. The old soul within me loved it so much. Whether it was Cats, Evita, The Phantom of the Opera, The Fiddler on the Roof, The Nutcracker, Swan lake or Love in the Afternoon. 117 more words


Disclosure - You & Me (Toro y Moi remix)

Disclosure’s ‘Me and You’ featuring Eliza Doolittle is a great example of millennial vocal house and this Toror y Moi remix takes the heavy baseline of the original and smooths it out with a continuous sync melody and a deconstructed and chopped vocal. 10 more words

Up Tempo

It Takes a Higgins: My Fair Lady


Every single man, woman, and child has dreams.

From the girl who imagines her hairbrush to be a microphone to the boy who pretends the little league ballpark is actually Fenway, we all hope for the day when we can make something better of ourselves. 1,009 more words

Classic Hollywood