PRG-provided show is turned in by Tony Meola, whose ambient street and disco sounds cleverly reinforce the notion of a New York scene brought indoors. Otherwise, this Ritz needed more spritz. The Pygmalion at the American Airlines Theatre could have run in repertory with last year’s splendid revival of Journey’s End. They share the same director, David Grindley; two of the performers, Jefferson Mays as a prissy Henry Higgins and Boyd Gaines as a stiff upper lipped Col. Pickering (and a ...

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