Winner of six Tony Awards, including Best Musical, My Fair Lady offers wit and heart as it traverses through different cultural themes. Class, Gender politics, patronage, and transformation are themes we see as Eliza Doolittle struggles in becoming someone that she did not necessarily want to be. Becoming a lady respected by all, under the careful training by Henry Higgins, Eliza Doolittle works through developing new relationships and social ties. Eliza Doolittle must discover what it means for her to be transformed into a refined lady. My Fair Lady shows us the complexity of relationship and to recognize what we are blessed with.