Since “My Fair Lady” is my favorite musical, I’m looking forward to Lincoln Center Theater’s revival of it next spring. But Lincoln Center and director Bartlett Sher are having some trouble casting it. Colin Firth — the ideal Henry Higgins — has been on everyone’s wish list for years. He was going to do a...
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