MusicalDramaOriginalBroadway
Opening Date
Apr 28, 1997
Closing Date
Jan 07, 2001
1st Preview
Mar 21, 1997
1st Preview
Mar 21, 1997
Previews
45
Performances
1,543
MusicalDramaOriginalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

Theatres
Plymouth Theatre
(Apr 28, 1997 - Jan 07, 2001)

Setting
In and around London.

Conceived for the stage by Steve Cuden and Frank Wildhorn; Book by Leslie Bricusse; Lyrics by Leslie Bricusse; Music by Frank Wildhorn; From the novella "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" by Robert Louis Stevenson; Music orchestrated by Kim Scharnberg; Musical Director: Jason Howland; Vocal arrangements by Jason Howland and Ron Melrose; Additional lyrics by Steve Cuden and Frank Wildhorn; Associate Musical Dir.: Ron Melrose
Directed by Robin Phillips; Choreographed by Joey Pizzi
Scenic Design by James Noone and Robin Phillips; Costume Design by Ann Curtis; Lighting Design by Beverly Emmons; Sound Design by Karl Richardson and Scott Stauffer; Wig Design by Paul Huntley; Properties and Set Dressing by Christina Poddubiuk; Scenic Design by James Noone and Robin Phillips; Assistant Scenic Design: Vicki Davis and Jane Epperson; Assistant to the Set Designers: Paul Melia, Andreas Messis and William Mozer; Assistant Costume Design: Jennifer Arnold, Alix Dolgoy and Michael Sharpe; Assistant Lighting Design: Katy Orrick; Assistant to the Lighting Designer: John H. Finen, III; Assistant Sound Design: Allen Rowand
General Manager: Niko Associates, Inc. (Manny Kladitis, Founder and President); Executive Producer: Gary Gunas; Company Manager: Bruce Klinger
Production Stage Manager: Maureen F. Gibson; Stage Manager: David Hyslop; Assistant Stage Mgr: Neal Fox and Suzie Tucker
Musical Supervisor: Jeremy Roberts; Musical Coordinator: John Miller; Conducted by Jason Howland; Associate Conductor: Ron Melrose; Assistant Conductor: Jan Rosenberg; Concert Master: Dale Stuckenbruck; Violin: Nam Sook Lee; Viola: Debra Shufelt; Cello: Ted Mook; Bass: David Finck; Woodwinds: Robert Bush, Matt Dine and Paul Garment; Horn: R.J. Kelley; Trombone: Herb Besson; Percussion: Randall Hicks and James Saporito; Keyboards: Jan Rosenberg, Mick Rossi and William Stein
Special Effects by Gregory Meeh
Casting: Hughes / Moss Casting; Public Relations: Richard Kornberg & Associates; Fight Coordinator: J. Allen Suddeth; Marketing: Nancy Richards; Advertising: Serino Coyne, Inc.; Assistant to the Director: Jack Wetherall; Asst. to the Choreographer: Johnny Anzalone; Dance Captain: David Koch; Fight Captain: David Koch; Press Representative: Jim Byk, Rick Miramontez and Don Summa
Dr. Henry Jekyll
Mar 21, 1997 - Jan 03, 1999
 
Edward Hyde
Jekyll's "other half"
Mar 21, 1997 - Jan 03, 1999
Linda Eder
Broadway debut
Lucy
Mar 21, 1997 - Aug 30, 1998
 
Boy Soprano
at the wedding
Mar 21, 1997 - Aug 30, 1998
Robert Evan
Wednesday and Saturday matinees
Dr. Henry Jekyll
Mar 21, 1997 - Jan 03, 1999
Alternate
 
Edward Hyde
Jekyll's "other half"
Mar 21, 1997 - Jan 03, 1999
Alternate
Sir Danvers Carew
John Utterson
Christiane Noll
Broadway debut
Emma Carew
Jekyll's fiance
Mar 21, 1997 - Jan 03, 1999
General Lord Glossop
 
Siegfried
the Pianist at "The Red Hat"
 
Policeman
 
Barrow Boy
An Old Man
in the mental hospital
 
Davie
a barrow boy
 
Manservant at Sir Danvers'
 
Mr. Bissett
an apothecary
 
A Maitre d'Hotel
at a social club
 
Priest at wedding
Bill E. Dietrich
Broadway debut
Mental Patient
 
Bill
a docker
 
Groom
 
A Tough
at "The Red Hat"
 
A Newsboy
 
Choir Boy
John Treacy Egan
Broadway debut
Mike
a clerk
 
Groom
Doctor
 
Lord G
 
Poole
Jekyll's manservant
Kate
a cockle seller
Rupert
Bishop of Basingstoke
 
Sir Douglas
 
Policeman
 
Barrow Boy
 
Bishop of Bathingstoke
Mental Patient
 
Ned
a sailor
 
A Tough
at "The Red Hat"
Attendant
 
Albert
a barman
 
First Gentleman
 
A Priest
at the Bishop's funeral
Mr. Simon Stride
Bridesmaid
Brad Oscar
Broadway debut
Right Honourable Archibald Proops
 
Second Gentleman
 
Sir Peter
 
Barrow Boy
Molly
a fish gutter
Polly
a scrubber woman
 
Whore
Emily Scott Skinner
Broadway debut
Nurse
 
Alice
a scullery maid
 
Housemaid
 
Whore
 
Bridesmaid
Nurse
 
Bet
a scullery maid
 
Housemaid
 
A Young Girl
managed by Gwinny
 
Bridesmaid
Lord Savage
 
The Spider
proprietor of "The Red Hat"
Charles E. Wallace
Broadway debut
Attendant
 
Jack
a beggar
 
Under Footman
 
A Tough
at "The Red Hat"
 
A Doorman
at a social club
 
Curate
Lady Beaconsfield
 
Guinevere
manageress of "The Red Hat"
Understudies: Geoffrey Blaisdell (John Utterson, Poole), Bill E. Dietrich (Dr. Henry Jekyll, Edward Hyde, Right Honourable Archibald Proops), John Treacy Egan (General Lord Glossop, Rupert), Donald Grody (Sir Danvers Carew), Leah Hocking (Lucy, Emma Carew), David Koch (Mr. Simon Stride), Frank Mastrone (Dr. Henry Jekyll, Edward Hyde, Lord Savage, The Spider), Brad Oscar (Poole), Bonnie Schon (Lady Beaconsfield, Guinevere), Emily Scott Skinner (Lucy, Emma Carew), Jodi Stevens (Lucy, Emma Carew) and Martin Van Treuren (Sir Danvers Carew)

Plymouth Theatre (Apr 28, 1997 - Jan 07, 2001)

Company Manager: Carl Pasbjerg
Stage Manager: James Mountcastle; Production Stage Manager: David Hyslop
Associate Conductor: Jan Rosenberg (May 1998 - ?); Percussion: Larry Lelli

Cast

Dr. Henry Jekyll
Jun 13, 2000 - Oct 15, 2000
 
Edward Hyde
Jekyll's "other half"
Jun 13, 2000 - Oct 15, 2000
Emma Carew
Jekyll's fiance
Jan 05, 1999 - Jan 23, 2000
Dr. Henry Jekyll
Jan 05, 1999 - Jan 23, 2000
 
Edward Hyde
Jekyll's "other half"
Jan 05, 1999 - Jan 23, 2000
Dr. Henry Jekyll
Oct 17, 2000 - Jan 07, 2001
 
Edward Hyde
Jekyll's "other half"
Oct 17, 2000 - Jan 07, 2001
Lucy
Sep 01, 1998 - Jan 23, 2000
Dr. Henry Jekyll
Jan 25, 2000 - Jun 11, 2000
 
Edward Hyde
Jekyll's "other half"
Jan 25, 2000 - Jun 11, 2000
Emma Carew
Jekyll's fiance
Jan 25, 2000 - Jan 07, 2001
Mental Patient
 
Bill
a docker
 
Groom
 
A Newsboy
 
Choir Boy
Rupert
Bishop of Basingstoke
Mr. Simon Stride
Molly
a fish gutter
Doctor
 
Lord G
 
Poole
Jekyll's manservant
Dr. Henry Jekyll
 
Edward Hyde
Jekyll's "other half"
General Lord Glossop
 
Siegfried
the Pianist at "The Red Hat"
 
Policeman
 
Barrow Boy
 
Alice
a scullery maid
 
Housemaid
 
Whore
Kelli O'Hara
Broadway debut
Kate
a cockle seller
Jul 20, 2000 - Jan 07, 2001
Ensemble
May 1999 - Aug 1999
 
Mike
a clerk
May 1999 - Aug 1999
Ned
a sailor
 
Mental Patient
Lucy
Jan 25, 2000 - Jan 07, 2001
Kate Shindle
Broadway debut
Bet
a scullery maid
 
Nurse
 
Housemaid
 
A Young Girl
managed by Gwinny
 
Bridesmaid
Jodi Stevens
Wednesday and Saturday matinees
Lucy
Alternate
Bet
a scullery maid
 
Nurse
 
Housemaid
 
Bridesmaid
 
A Young Girl
managed by Gwinny
Kate
a cockle seller
Attendant
 
Jack
a beggar
 
Under Footman
 
A Tough
at "The Red Hat"
 
A Doorman
at a social club
 
Curate
Bill
a docker
 
A Newsboy
 
Mental Patient
Swings: Erika Greene (Partial Swing), Christy Tarr and Carmen Yurich
Understudies: Juan Betancur (Dr. Henry Jekyll, Edward Hyde, Right Honourable Archibald Proops), John Treacy Egan (John Utterson), Paul Hadobas (Rupert, Lord Savage, The Spider, Right Honourable Archibald Proops), Peter Johl (Sir Danvers Carew), Stuart Marland (John Utterson), Corinne Melançon (Lucy), Kelli O'Hara (Emma Carew), John Schiappa (Lord Savage, The Spider), Kate Shindle (Lucy) and Rebecca Spencer (Emma Carew, Lady Beaconsfield, Guinevere)
music by Frank Wildhorn; lyrics by Leslie Bricusse
(Unless otherwise noted)
Act 1
Sung By
Lost In The Darkness
Dr. Henry Jekyll
Façade
Ensemble
Jekyll's Plea
Dr. Henry Jekyll and The Board of Governors
Façade (Reprise)
Ensemble
Emma's Reasons
Mr. Simon Stride and Emma Carew
Take Me As I Am
Dr. Henry Jekyll and Emma Carew
Letting Go
Sir Danvers Carew and Emma Carew
No One Knows Who I Am
Lucy
Good 'N' Evil
Lucy
This Is The Moment
Dr. Henry Jekyll
Alive
(lyrics by Leslie Bricusse, Steve Cuden and Frank Wildhorn)
Edward Hyde
His Work, And Nothing More
(lyrics by Leslie Bricusse, Steve Cuden and Frank Wildhorn)
Dr. Henry Jekyll, John Utterson, Sir Danvers Carew and Emma Carew
Someone Like You
Lucy
Alive (Reprise)
(lyrics by Leslie Bricusse, Steve Cuden and Frank Wildhorn)
Edward Hyde and Ensemble
Act 2
Sung By
Murder, Murder
(lyrics by Leslie Bricusse, Steve Cuden and Frank Wildhorn)
A Newsboy and Ensemble
Once Upon A Dream
(lyrics by Leslie Bricusse, Steve Cuden and Frank Wildhorn)
Emma Carew
Obsession
Dr. Henry Jekyll
In His Eyes
Lucy and Emma Carew
Dangerous Game
Edward Hyde and Lucy
The Way Back
Dr. Henry Jekyll
A New Life
Lucy
Sympathy, Tenderness
Edward Hyde
Lost In The Darkness (Reprise)
Dr. Henry Jekyll
Confrontation
Dr. Henry Jekyll and Edward Hyde
Façade (Reprise)
Ensemble
Dear Lord And Father of Mankind
Boy Soprano

Tony Award®

 

Best Book of a Musical

1997 Nominee
Book by Leslie Bricusse
 

Best Actor in a Musical

1997 Nominee
Robert Cuccioli
 

Best Costume Design

1997 Nominee
Costume Design by Ann Curtis
 

Best Lighting Design

1997 Nominee
Lighting Design by Beverly Emmons

Drama Desk Award

Outstanding Actor in a Musical

1997 Winner
Robert Cuccioli
 

Outstanding Actress in a Musical

1997 Nominee
Linda Eder

Outstanding Set Design of a Musical

1997 Winner
Scenic Design by Robin Phillips and James Noone
Set Decoration by Christina Poddubiuk

Theatre World

Award

1997 Recipient
Linda Eder
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