And in case you couldn't read the banner above, I was there to see Sabrina Fair! Not surprisingly, I adore the Audrey Hepburn original, and like the 1995 remake alright as well, so as soon as I saw an ad for the stage version, I snatched up a ticket.
This review from the Washington Post pretty much says what I would say, only better, of course. It was interesting to see the racial element added, though it would have been more powerful had they not stuck so strictly to the original text. However, it really was a wonderful play, very funny and witty, well-acted, and the stages and costumes were beautiful. It just put me in a great mood.
"So I invested in something I had complete confidence in: General Motors."
(Not sure this was supposed to get the laugh it did, but it was great.)
Maude: Well, who do you want to marry?
Sabrina: [looking at Linus] Him.
Linus: For god's sake, Sabrina, watch your grammar!
Sabrina: It is he.
"You want to own her without being owned."
-Aunt Julia (to Linus)