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Jekyll & Hyde is a Broadway musicalmarker based on the novel, The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson. The original stage conception was by Steve Cuden and Frank Wildhorn. The music was composed by Wildhorn and the lyrics were written by Leslie Bricusse.

The show opened on Broadway on April 28, 1997. There were 44 preview performances starting on March 21. The show ran for 1,543 regular performances, closing on January 7, 2001 and is the longest-running show in the history of the Plymouth Theatre.

Despite the long run, the musical lost money in the end: more than $1.5 million, and lacked stellar reviews.

Synopsis

Three versions of Jekyll & Hyde have been recorded in English. The central theme of the show remains intact, but many of the songs have been altered, cut and/or replaced between the different versions. The following synopsis is from a script that uses parts of each.

Act I

Doctor Henry John Albert Jekyll's voice saying, "In each of us there are two natures. If this primitive duality of man: good and evil, could be housed in separate identities, life would be relieved of all that is unbearable. It is the curse of mankind that these polar twins should be constantly struggling." His lawyer and best friend John Utterson is introduced, speaking of past events concerning Doctor Jekyll, followed by Jekyll's future father-in-law, Sir Danvers Carew.

Next, Jekyll is seen in an insane asylum singing over his comatose father ("Lost in the Darkness"). It is Jekyll's belief that the evil in his father's soul has caused his illness. Jekyll sings about his passion to find out why man is both good and evil and his attempts to separate the good from the evil ("I Need to Know").

Leaving the hospital, the rich and poor of 19th century London describe how people act how they want others to see them, no matter who they really are inside ("Facade"). Afterward, Jekyll presents a research proposal to the Board of Governors of St. Jude's Hospital: Danvers is chairman of the board, Rupert the 14th Bishop of Basingstoke, the Right Honorable Sir Archibald "Archie" Proops, Lord Theodore "Teddy" Savage, Lady Elizabeth "Bessie" Beaconsfield, General Lord Glossop, and the secretary Simon Stride. All, with the exception of Danvers, are pompous, rich semi-hypocrites. They reject Jekyll's proposal to experiment on a living human with cries of "blasphemy, heresy, and lunacy," voting five to none with Sir Danvers' one abstention. Utterson tries to calm Jekyll down, knowing that he was obsessed over his father's conditions. Jekyll feels that he could save those who have fallen in the same darkness. Utterson urges his friend, if he feels he is right about his theory, that he should continue. ("Board of Governors" aka "Pursue The Truth").

The next scene takes place at Sir Danvers' home, where he is holding an engagement party for his daughter Emma's engagement to Dr. Jekyll ("Facade Reprise 1"). The toast of society turns up, including the Board of Governors and Stride, who was worried about Emma being engaged to a "madman." Stride speaks to Emma and tries to reason her out of her engagement, but she quickly turns him down ("Emma's Reason"). Jekyll (late as usual) arrives to the party just as everyone is leaving, and he and Emma share a moment ("Take Me as I Am"). Danvers returns as Jekyll leaves, and expresses to Emma that he likes Jekyll but finds it difficult to tolerate his behavior ("Letting Go").

Jekyll and Utterson go to the dingy Red Rat pub (The Dregs in some versions) for Jekyll's bachelor party ("Facade Reprise 2"). Lucy Harris, a bar worker and prostitute arrives late and is in for some trouble with the boss, known as "the Spider", but she dismisses it for now. Despite her position in life, she is seen to be kind-hearted and well-liked by her co-workers, but has moments of contemplation about her life ("No One Knows Who I Am"), and then goes out to sing and dance ("Bring on the Men" - replaced with "Good 'n' Evil" in the Broadway version). Jekyll is captivated by the song. After the show, Lucy begins to circulate among the clientèle. Spider approaches Lucy and strikes her hard across the face and demands to know why she was late. And even though Spider is in a good mood tonight, he says that there would be dire consequences if it ever happens again. Jekyll approaches her after witnessing Spider's actions and intends to help her as Utterson is led away by another bar girl. Jekyll and Lucy are drawn to each other in a way that promises each of them a great friendship. Jekyll admits Lucy's song has helped him find the answer to his experiment. Utterson reemerges and Jekyll admits that he must be on his way. Before he goes, he gives Lucy his visiting card and asks her to see him should she ever need anything.

As Utterson and Jekyll return to the upper-class part of town, Utterson notices that Jekyll is in a better mood. Jekyll informs him that he has found a subject for his experiments. Utterson recommends Jekyll to go straight to bed and leaves. Jekyll asks his butler, Poole, about his father, and Poole replies that he was a very good man. After reacting happily to the kind remark, Jekyll dismisses him for the night.

Ignoring Utterson's advice, Jekyll proceeds to his lab, excited that the moment has come to do his experiment ("This is the Moment"). Keeping tabs on the experiment in his journal, Jekyll mixes his chemicals to create his formula, HJ7, and injects it (some renditions have him drink it) into the subject: himself. After a minute of the potion's side effects, he writhes in pain, transforming into an evil form of himself ("Transformation"). He goes out and roams the streets, taking in the sights and sounds of London, including an encounter with Lucy. He gives himself a name: Edward Hyde ("Alive").

A week later, no one has heard anything from Jekyll. Emma, her father, and Utterson ask Poole where he is, but Emma decides to leave and believes Jekyll will come for her after his work is finished. After Emma and her father leave, Poole tells Utterson that Jekyll has been locked in his lab all this time and that he has heard strange sounds from the lab. Jekyll emerges — looking distraught — and angrily demands Poole fetch some chemicals for him. Utterson confronts him asking him what he's been up to, but Jekyll does not fully answer. He gives Utterson three letters: one for Emma, another for her father, and one for Utterson himself should Jekyll become ill or disappear. Utterson tells Jekyll to not let his work take over ("His Work and Nothing More").

Visiting card in hand, Lucy arrives at Jekyll's house with a nasty bruise on her back. As Jekyll treats it, she tells him a man named Hyde did it. Jekyll is stunned by this revelation but hides it. Obviously in love with him, Lucy kisses Jekyll ("Sympathy, Tenderness"). Disturbed by his own actions, Jekyll leaves Lucy, who sings about her love for him ("Someone Like You").

Later, the Bishop of Basingstoke is seen walking down the street with Nellie, the German manageress of the Red Rat, after having a meeting with one of her attendants, who is a minor. He says he will visit again on Wednesday. When Nellie leaves, Hyde appears. After insulting the Bishop, Hyde proceeds to beat and stab him to death with his cane before gleefully setting the body aflame ("Alive — Reprise"), ending Act I.

Act II

At the beginning of Act II, Utterson and Sir Danvers once more speak of past events with Jekyll: Utterson begins to feel he was not able to help his poor client and friend, while Danvers senses that something is horribly wrong with his work, as he has not been seen or heard from for weeks.

The people of London gossip about the Bishop's murder in the newspaper headlines. The Carews, Board of Governors, Stride, and Utterson attend to his funeral at St. Paul's Cathedral, unaware that Hyde is also present. After the funeral, General Glossop and Lord Savage leave the church, mourning over their deceased colleague. Hyde appears again and stabs Glossop through the mouth with his swordstick while Teddy watches, petrified in horror. Stride quickly enters the scene, just in time to see Hyde escape. After Londoners begin discussing the second murder, Jekyll is seen accosting the apothecary, Bisset, for more chemicals. Most of the chemicals are present, but Jekyll has to wait for the rest to come tomorrow night. Later Teddy, Sir Proops, and Lady Beaconsfield leave a charity dinner at the Mayfair Club, joking about Archie not receiving a decent claret. Once again Hyde shows up and after recognizing him, Teddy tries to get Bessie back inside the restaurant. It is too late, for as Archie foolishly walks up to Hyde and demands that he leave, he is stabbed in the side. Then, Hyde snaps Bessie's neck with her own pearl necklace while Teddy, after being forced to watch, escapes to report the events to the police. The city reacts to the third and fourth murders and the Carews arrive at Victoria Station to find a frantic Teddy, who is fleeing for safety at Aberdeen, Scotland. The Carews return home, and Hyde returns one last time, breaking Teddy's neck and kicking his corpse down onto the train tracks. By now, all five Board of Governors who rejected Jekyll's proposal are dead ("Murder, Murder").

Emma lets herself into Jekyll's laboratory. She finds his journal open and reads one of his entries. Jekyll enters and immediately closes the journal, preventing her from learning what he has become. Emma can see he is distraught. She professes her love for him and begs him to confide in her ("Once Upon a Dream"). He tells her nothing of his work, but says he still loves her.

After Emma leaves, Jekyll writes in his journal that Hyde has taken a heavy toll on him and those around him, and that the transformations are occurring without his taking the potion. His entry is interrupted when Utterson arrives at the lab, seeking to find out who Jekyll's sole heir is, Edward Hyde, as referred to in Jekyll's letter. Jekyll only tells him that Hyde is a "colleague" involved in the experiment. Utterson can see that his friend and client is desperately ill and agrees to obtain the rest of the chemicals Jekyll requires. Jekyll, once again alone, begins to face the fact that Hyde is a part of him ("Obsession"). Lucy and Emma then sing a duet about their love for the same man ("In His Eyes").

At the Red Rat, Nellie and Lucy sing about their profession and why they keep doing it ("Girls of the Night"). Lucy is visited by Hyde, who tells her that he is going away for a while. He then warns her to never leave him -ever. Lucy is terrified, but seems to be held under a sexual, animalistic control by Hyde ("Dangerous Game"). As they leave together, Spider addresses the Red Rat attendants, warning them to always be aware of what dangers lie ahead ("Facade Reprise 3").

Utterson comes to Jekyll's lab with the rest of the chemicals and discovers Hyde, who informs him that the doctor is "not available" tonight. Utterson refuses to leave the package with anyone but his friend and demands to know where he is. Hyde replies that even if he told him, Utterson wouldn't believe him. When Utterson threatens him with his swordstick (some renditions have him use a gun), Hyde injects the formula into himself, roaring with laughter as he transforms back into Jekyll in front of an appalled Utterson. Jekyll tells Utterson that Hyde must be destroyed, whatever the cost. He then begs Utterson to deliver money for Lucy so she can escape to safety. As Utterson leaves, Jekyll mixes in chemicals and injects the new formula, praying that he can restore his former life ("The Way Back").

Utterson visits Lucy at the Red Rat with the money, along with a letter from Jekyll that entreats her to leave town and start a new life elsewhere. After Utterson leaves, Lucy sings about the possibilities ahead ("A New Life"). Just then, Hyde returns. Seeing the letter from Jekyll, he tells Lucy that he and the doctor are very close. As he holds Lucy softly so that she doesn't suspect it, he slowly and savagely kills her ("Sympathy, Tenderness" (Reprise)). The vile murderer runs off laughing, just as the Red Rat attendants find Lucy's stabbed form and carry her out on a stretcher.

Covered in blood from stabbing Lucy, Jekyll returns to his laboratory and faces off with Hyde in a final battle for control ("Confrontation"). Later, while Lucy's corpse is being taken away, Utterson says that Jekyll has given up his task of "finding the truth," condemning his father to the darkness. Yet, as Sir Danvers would put it, the doctor had returned at the sound of wedding bells ("Facade Reprise 4").

Several weeks later, Jekyll seems to have won as he and Emma stand before the priest at their wedding in St. Anne's Church ("The Wedding" aka "Dear Lord and Father of Mankind"). Just as Jekyll is about to say "I do," Hyde emerges, kills Stride, and takes Emma hostage. At the sound of Emma's pleading voice, Jekyll is able to regain momentary control. He begs Utterson to kill him, but Utterson cannot bring himself to harm his friend. Desperate, Jekyll impales himself on Utterson's swordstick (in the renditions where Utterson has a gun, he reluctantly shoots Jekyll). The show closes with Emma holding closely Jekyll's dead body ("Finale").

Characters

  • Dr. Henry Jekyll/Edward Hyde.
  • Lucy Harris - Main attraction at "The Red Rat".
  • Emma Carew - Jekyll's fiancee.
  • John Utterson - Jekyll's lawyer and friend.
  • Sir Danvers Carew - Emma's father and Chairman of the Board of Governors.
  • Mr. Simon Stride - The secretary of the Board of Governors and Jekyll's rival for Emma's affections.
  • Lord Savage - A member of the Board of Governors.
  • Bishop of Basingstoke - A hypocritical, sadistic, sexually driven man of the cloth. A member of the Board of Governors.
  • Lady Beaconsfield - The only female member of the Board of Governors.
  • Sir Archibald Proops - A member of the Board of Governors.
  • General Lord Glossop - A pompous retired army man. A member of the Board of Governors.
  • The Spider - A pimp and proprietor of "The Red Rat".
  • Nellie - German manageress of "The Red Rat."
  • Poole - Jekyll's loyal manservant.


Songs from Broadway production

All songs are Music and Lyrics by Frank Wildhorn and Leslie Bricusse, except "Transformation," "Alive," "His Work And Nothing More," "Alive Reprise," "Murder, Murder," and "Once Upon A Dream," which are Lyrics by Steve Cuden, Frank Wildhorn, and Leslie Bricusse.

Act I
  • Lost in the Darkness — Dr. Henry Jekyll
  • Facade — Ensemble
  • Jekyll's Plea — Henry Jekyll, Mr. Simon Stride, Sir Danvers Carew and The Board of Governors
  • Pursue the Truth — Henry Jekyll and Mr. John Utterson
  • Facade (Reprise 1) — Ensemble
  • Emma's Reasons — Mr. Simon Stride and Emma Carew
  • Take Me as I Am — Henry Jekyll and Emma Carew
  • Letting Go — Sir Danvers Carew and Emma Carew
  • Facade (Reprise 2) — Ensemble
  • No One Knows Who I Am — Lucy Harris
  • Good 'N' Evil — Lucy Harris and Ensemble
  • Here's to the Night / Jekyll Meets Lucy  - Lucy Harris & Henry Jekyll
  • Now There is No Choice  - Henry Jekyll
  • This Is the Moment — Henry Jekyll
  • First Transformation — Henry Jekyll and Edward Hyde
  • Alive — Edward Hyde
  • His Work, And Nothing More — Henry Jekyll, John Utterson, Sir Danvers Carew and Emma Carew
  • Sympathy, Tenderness — Lucy Harris
  • Someone Like You — Lucy Harris
  • Alive (Reprise) — Edward Hyde and Ensemble


Act II
  • Murder, Murder — A Newsboy and Ensemble
  • Once Upon a Dream — Emma Carew
  • Obsession — Dr. Henry Jekyll
  • In His Eyes — Lucy Harris and Emma Carew
  • Girls of the Night — Lucy Harris and Nellie
  • Dangerous Game — Edward Hyde and Lucy Harris
  • Facade (Reprise 3) — Spider and Ensemble
  • The Way Back — Henry Jekyll
  • A New Life — Lucy Harris
  • Sympathy, Tenderness (Reprise) — Edward Hyde
  • Lost in the Darkness And Confrontation — Henry Jekyll & Edward Hyde
  • Facade (Reprise 4) — Ensemble
  • The Wedding — Boy Soprano
  • Finale — Emma Carew


Songs from Current Licensed production

All songs are Music and Lyrics by Frank Wildhorn and Leslie Bricusse, except "Transformation," "Alive," "His Work And Nothing More," "Alive Reprise," "Murder, Murder," and "Once Upon A Dream," which are Lyrics by Steve Cuden, Frank Wildhorn, and Leslie Bricusse.

Act I
  • Prologue / Lost in the Darkness — Dr. Henry Jekyll
  • I Need to Know  - Henry Jekyll
  • Facade — Ensemble
  • Jekyll's Plea — Henry Jekyll, Mr. Simon Stride, Sir Danvers Carew and The Board of Governors
  • Pursue the Truth — Henry Jekyll and Mr. John Utterson
  • Emma's Reasons — Mr. Simon Stride and Emma Carew
  • I Must Go On - Henry Jekyll and Emma Carew
  • Take Me as I Am — Henry Jekyll and Emma Carew
  • Letting Go — Sir Danvers Carew and Emma Carew
  • Bring on the Men  - Lucy Harris
  • Here's to the Night / Jekyll Meets Lucy  - Lucy Harris & Henry Jekyll
  • Now There is No Choice  - Henry Jekyll
  • This Is the Moment — Henry Jekyll
  • First Transformation — Henry Jekyll and Edward Hyde
  • Alive — Edward Hyde
  • His Work, And Nothing More — Henry Jekyll, John Utterson, Sir Danvers Carew and Emma Carew
  • Sympathy, Tenderness — Lucy Harris
  • Someone Like You — Lucy Harris
  • Alive (Reprise) — Edward Hyde and Ensemble


Act II
  • Murder, Murder — A Newsboy and Ensemble
  • Once Upon a Dream — Emma Carew
  • Streak of Madness — Dr. Henry Jekyll
  • In His Eyes — Lucy Harris and Emma Carew
  • Girls of the Night — Lucy Harris and Nellie
  • Dangerous Game — Edward Hyde and Lucy Harris
  • The Way Back — Henry Jekyll
  • A New Life — Lucy Harris
  • Sympathy, Tenderness (Reprise) — Edward Hyde
  • Lost in the Darkness And Confrontation — Henry Jekyll & Edward Hyde
  • Facade (Reprise 4) — Ensemble
  • The Wedding — Boy Soprano
  • Finale — Emma Carew


Notable leads

Jekyll/Hyde:

Colm Wilkinson — Original Concept Album Highlights

Anthony Warlow — Original Gothic Thriller Album (Complete Work)

Robert Cuccioli — Original Broadway Cast

Sebastian Bach — Broadway

Rob Evan — Original alternate, replacement, and closed the show as an alternate

Chuck Wagner — Original 1990 Alley Production, Second National Tour

Jack Wagner — First celebrity cast on Broadway in the roles.

David Hasselhoff — The final Broadway Jekyll & Hyde.

Drew Sarich — Cologne, Germany only

Veit Schäfermeier — Cologne, Bielefeld, Vienna

Thomas Borchert - Vienna, Austria

Jo Seung-woo - Seoul, South Korea

Takeshi Kaga - Original Japanese Cast

Steve Barton - Bremen, Germany

Ethan Freeman- Bremen, Germany

Raphael - Original Madrid Cast

Lucy:

Linda Eder — Originated the role with the Original Alley Production, the first national tour, and original Broadway cast.

Luba Mason

Coleen Sexton — The Final Lucy Harris

Kate Shindle - starred in the Resurrection cast & tour

Lyn Liechty - Original Bremen Cast

Marta Ribera - Original Madrid Cast

Emma/Lisa:

Carolee Carmello — Original Gothic Thriller Album (Complete Work)

Christiane Noll — Original Broadway Cast

Kelli O'Hara — National Tour, understudied on Broadway

Andrea Rivette — The Final Emma Carew

Rebecca Spencer — Original Emma in the 1990 Alley Production

Margarita Marbán - Original Madrid Cast

Famed Ensemble Members

Recordings

English recordings

1987 Demo Album
Demo version of the musical made for producers. This version is very different from the complete work. Facade is not as important as in the later versions. A song "The Ballad of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde" has four reprises (similar to Sweeney Todd). Other songs that are only included in this version are "Seven Solid Years, Jekyll's Disbelief", "Possessed, I Must Go On", "He Has His Work And Nothing More", "It's Over Now" and "We Still Have Time". The Songs "Facade", "Alive", "Murder, Murder!" and "Someone Like You" are very different to later versions. The sound quality of this record is poor (the CD was not made to be sold).


Concept Album
Recorded in 1990 and featuring Colm Wilkinson as Jekyll/Hyde and Linda Eder singing both Lucy and Lisa (Jekyll's fiancée, later renamed to Emma), this Album contained the original versions of many songs that would later be reworked and included in altered forms in subsequent recordings. It is also the only recording that has the song "Love Has Come of Age" which, despite being the intended centerpiece for the musical, never made it past this original recording.


Complete Work
Released prior to the first national tour of Jekyll in 1994, the full title of this recording is "Jekyll & Hyde - The Gothic Musical Thriller: The Complete Work." The album features Anthony Warlow as Jekyll/Hyde, Linda Eder as Lucy, and Carolee Carmello as Lisa. This version features more songs than any other recording and featured Australian-born opera/musical theatre star Anthony Warlow in the lead role, and, although he recorded more music than any other man in the role, Warlow never played the role on stage. This recording represented the incarnation of the show before its major rewrite for Broadway. The special guests are Broadway legend John Raitt as Sir Danvers Carew and R&B singer and musician Brenda Russell as Nellie.


Broadway Cast Album
This 1997 recording features Robert Cuccioli as Jekyll and Hyde, Linda Eder as Lucy, Barrie Ingham as Sir Danvers, Raymond Jaramillo McLeod as Simon Stride, and Christiane Noll as Emma. The definitive Broadway recording, this CD features the final arrangements of the songs of the musical (sometimes for length and complexity), as well as the removal of several sub-plots. Reviewers have generally preferred the mix of female voices in this version of the musical, with the contrast between Emma and Lucy made more marked, as opposed to the soprano-on-soprano duets of the earlier recordings.


DVD
The Broadway production was filmed live at the Plymouth Theatre in 2000 with David Hasselhoff as Jekyll/Hyde, Coleen Sexton as Lucy, and Andrea Rivette as Emma. This is the only official video recording of the musical that exists, although several unofficial recordings have found their way onto the internet. The show closed 3 months after Hasselhoff's casting, after it had attained the achievement of longest running musical at the Plymouth Theatre.


Jekyll & Hyde: RESURRECTION
This 2006 featured Rob Evan as Jekyll/Hyde, Kate Shindle as Lucy and Brandi Burkhardt as Emma, as well as rock guitarist Alex Skolnick. This album is a studio recording of the arrangements that would go on to form the program of the touring Jekyll & Hyde: In Concert. It features several songs, all re-worked to include psychedelic/rock guitar accompaniment (mostly during Hyde's songs). It is worth noting that the songs featured on this CD are built upon those from the "Complete Work" CD and include very few of the alterations made in the "Broadway Cast Album".


Australian Promotional Recording
Starring Simon Burke as Jekyll/Hyde, Delia Hannah as Lucy and Terri Crouch as Emma, this CD was recorded to promote the upcoming Australian production, which never materialized, and all unsold copies of the recording were then recalled. This remains the rarest of all the Jekyll & Hyde recordings.


Foreign Recordings

  • Antwerp, Belgium (1997) - 4 track promotional single featuring Hans Peter Janssens as Jekyll/Hyde, Ann Lauwereins as Lucy and Hilde Norga as Emma.
  • Bremen, Germany (1999) - featuring Ethan Freeman as Jekyll/Hyde, Lyn Liechty as Lucy, and Susanne Dengler as Lisa.
  • Madrid, Spain (2001) - featuring Raphael as Jekyll/Hyde, Marta Ribera as Lucy and Margarita Marban as Emma.
  • Budapest, Hungary (2001) - featuring László Molnár as Jekyll/Hyde, Kata Janza as Lucy and Bernadett Tunyogi as Emma.
  • Vienna, Austria (2002) - featuring Thomas Borchert as Jekyll/Hyde, Eva Maria Marold as Lucy and Maya Hakvoort as Lisa.
  • Tokyo, Japan (2003) - featuring Takeshi Kaga as Jekyll/Hyde, Marsia as Lucy and Rina Chinen as Emma.
  • Staatz, Austria (2005) - featuring Werner Auer as Jekyll and Hyde, Brigitte Treipl as Lucy and Elizabeth Sikora as Lisa.
  • Seoul, South Korea (2004) - featuring Jo Seung-woo & Ryu Jung-han as Jekyll/Hyde, Kim Sun-young as Lucy and Kim So-hyun as Emma.
  • Prague, Czech Republic (2006) - Daniel Hůlka sings the part of Jekyll/Hyde, Tereza Duchková sings Lucy and Kateřina Brožová sings Emma. There are also tracks with Marián Vojtko singing Jekyll/Hyde and Michaela Nosková singing Lucy.
  • Seoul, South Korea (2006) - Double CD featuring Jo Seung-woo as Jekyll/Hyde, Lee Young-mi & Kim Sun-young as Lucy and Lee Hye-kyeoung as Emma.
  • Stockholm, Sweden (2008) - featuring Mikael Samuelson as Jekyll, Sarah Dawn Finer as Lucy and Myrra Malmberg as Emma.


Among the most famous songs are This is the Moment which was performed at the Olympics twice and sung by The Moody Blues at various sports events.

Awards and nominations

Tony Award


Theatre World Award
  • Linda Eder (WINNER)


Drama Desk Award
  • Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actor in a Musical — Robert Cuccioli (WINNER)
  • Drama Desk Award Outstanding Actress in a Musical — Linda Eder (Nominated)
  • Drama Desk Award Outstanding Set Design of a Musical — Scenic Design by Robin Phillips, James Noone; Properties and Set Dressing by Christina Poddubiuk (WINNER)


Outer Critics Circle Award
  • Best Leading Actor - Robert Cuccioli (WINNER)
  • Best Leading Actress - Linda Eder (Nominated)
  • Best New Musical (Nominated)
  • Best Choreography (Nominated)
  • Best Director - Robin Phillips (Nominated)
  • Best Lighting Design - Beverly Emmons (Nominated)


References

  1. Robertson, Campbell. "Theater; A Royal Behemoth Stumbles To Broadway",The New York Times, April 22, 2007
  2. McKinley, Jesse. "On Stage And Off; 'Jekyll and Hyde' Among Closings",The New York Times, November 10, 2000


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