This book/play surprised me in more than one way. I love the movie "My Fair Lady" but always assumed that if it was going to stick closely to the book, it would carry the same title. So my first surprise was the word for word reading, which I liked. Then I noticed what I recognized as the end of the movie. What happened to the Ascot scene? Why are we already throwing slippers? And why do I still have too much book left? This the third surprise- a somewhat lengthy, well thought out, therapy session for married people everywhere. So many truths being spelled out. I thought George Bernard Shaw was just a playwright! Such discoveries I've made this year. Keep digging.