Camden Hills Regional High School’s spring play is a classic — “Pygmalion” by George Bernard Shaw, a comedy of class and linguistics that inspired the musical “My Fair Lady.”

“Pygmalion” will be presented Fridays and Saturdays, May 5, 6, 12 and 13, at 7 p.m.; plus a 2 p.m. Saturday matinee on the 6th. Tickets are $5 at the door of the Black Box Theater behind the Strom Auditorium of Camden Hills, off Route 90.

The cast features Leo Kalajian as Prof. Henry Higgins, Elaine Landry as Liza Doolittle, Sol Caponigro as Col. Pickering, Joergen Ostensen as Alfred Doolittle, Cora Maple Lindell as Mrs. Higgins, Suzannah Gray as Mrs. Pearce, Linsey Low as Mrs. Eynsford-Hill, Gabi Englander as Miss (Clara) Eynsford-Hill and Sam Maltese as Mr. (Freddy) Eynsford-Hill.

Filling out the set-in-London show are Jacob Knowlton, Sophie Ernst, Melissa Tracy-Torres, Kara Robak, Tatum Dowd, Eliza Robinson, McKenzie Hilt, Becca Westbrook, Annabel Parker, Cullan Hamilton, Jesse Bifulco, Anna Daggett and Morgan Ford.

The show is directed by Tom Gray and stage managed by Quinn Kelly. Kelly also did the set design; set construction crew includes Thomas Akselsen, Eliza Robinson, Myles Kelley, Natalie Kunzinger and Kelley. Running crewmembers are Emelia Brawn and Kelly. Ryan Shields and Kunzinger are going lighting; and Devon Lammert  is handling sound. Myles Kelly will provide live musical accompaniment. McKenzie Hily and cast came up with costumes; and Jade Densmore, Althea Gibbons and Clara McGurren are in charge of hair and makeup. Gray credits Tom Heath and Jane Self for their assistance on this production.