Jekyll & Hyde was a smash hit even from its 1990 trial run at the Alley Theater in Houston. It wasn’t until seven years later that the musical made its Broadway debut, but its 1,543 acclaimed performances at the Plymouth Theatre made it that venue’s longest-running show.
This show is a star vehicle for a powerful male lead with immense vocal stamina; he also must be a strong actor to be able to successfully portray both the brilliant Dr. Jekyll and the maniacal Mr. Hyde. The two main female roles are polar opposites in terms of vocal technique, with feisty Lucy requiring a strong
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