ELIZA DOOLITTLE*: A cockney flower girl. Her potential to become a “lady” become the object of a bet between Higgins and Pickering.
COLONEL PICKERING*: Retired British officer with colonial experience and the author of “Spoken Sanskrit”.
MRS. EYNSFORD-HILL: A friend of Mrs. Higgins and Freddy’s mother.
MRS HIGGINS: Henry’s long-suffering mother.
HENRY HIGGINS*: British, upper class professional batchelor, world famous phonetics expert, teacher and author of “Higgins Universal Alphabet”.
FREDDY EYNSFORD-HILL*: Upper class young man who becomes completely smitten with Eliza.
ALFRED P. DOOLITTLE*: Eliza’s father; an elderly but vigorous dustman.
BARTENDER: George, works the Tottenham Court Road Pub.
HARRY*: Drinking companion of Alfred Doolittle.
JAMIE*: Drinking companion of Alfred Doolittle.
MRS. PEARCE*: Henry Higgins’ housekeeper.
MRS. HOPKINS: A cockney woman of Tottenham Court.
PROF. ZOLTAN KARPATHY: A bearded Hungarian; former phonetics student of Henry Higgins.
A BYSTANDER: Opening scene, (2 men) a Bystander with Another Bystander outside Covent Garden
1st-4th COCKNEY’s: In Covent Garden Market; they form the male COCKNEY QUARTET*
BUTLER: Henry Higgins’ household employee.
FOOTMAN: Henry Higgins house, non-speaking.
LORD BOXINGTON: At Ascot races, non-speaking.
FLOWER GIRL: Working in Wimpole Street.
FOOTMAN: Embassy employee
FOOTMAN: Embassy employee; non-speaking.
SELSEY MAN: Opening scene, bystander outside Covent Garden.
HOXTON MAN: Opening scene, bystander outside Covent Garden.
TWO MAIDS*: Henry Higgins household, non-speaking.
THREE BUSKERS: Street performers outside Covent Garden, non-speaking.
SIX SERVANTS: Henry Higgins household, non-speaking chorus singers, Soprano-Soprano-Alto-Alto-Tenor-Bass
TWO STEWARDS: Ascot employees, non-speaking.