The biggest star in Lincoln Center’s upcoming revival of “My Fair Lady” isn’t playing Eliza Doolittle or Henry Higgins: She’s playing Mrs. Higgins, Henry’s elegant mother. Diana Rigg will return to the New York stage for the first time in 24 years in a role seldom associated with an actress of her stature. Her fan...
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