Jekyll & Hyde

Books & Lyrics by Leslie Bricusse
Music by Frank Wildhorn
Conceived for the stage by Steve Cuden & Frank Wildhorn

June 19th - 23nd
June 26th - 30th
July 3rd - 6th
all performances at 8 pm
except Sunday matinees
June 23rd & 30th at 2 pm

Director - Joseph Mara
Musical Director - Marc Yakubosky
Producer - Joseph Mara & Marta Pauer-Tursi
Stage Manager/Assistant Director - J Morris
Choreographer - Christine Mara
Set Designers - Milford Cushman & Peter Dreissigacker
Lighting Designer - Jeff Kilgore
Marketing - Andrea Freeman
Properties - Evelyn Frey

An evocative tale of the epic battle between good and evil, Jekyll & Hyde, is based on Robert Louis Stevenson's classic story about a brilliant doctor whose experiments with human personality create a murderous counterpart. Convinced the cure for his father's mental illness lies in the separation of Man's evil nature from his good, Dr. Henry Jekyll unwittingly unleashes his own dark side, wreaking havoc in the streets of late 19th century London as the savage, maniacal Edward Hyde.

Jekyll & Hyde is pure pulse-pounding theatre with that same macabre combination of fun and fright that fuels such classics as Sweeney Todd and The Phantom Of The Opera, and a lush, romantic pop score that includes the hit songs, "This Is The Moment" and "Someone Like You." The show features a trio of starmaking roles in Dr. Jekyll, his sympathetic fianceé, Emma, and Lucy, the woman he rescues from a life of sin, who later succumbs to the uncontrolled passions of Mr. Hyde



  • Erik Freeman ~ Dr. Henry Jekyll /Edward Hyde
    Jack Bradt ~ John Utterson
    Joe Garofalo ~ Sir Danvers Carew
    Dan Jessie - Sir Simon Stride/ Spider
    Joe Mara ~ Rupert, the Bishop of Basingstoke
    Jack von Behren ~ The Right Honorable Archibald Proops
    Randy Pratt - Lord Savage
    Albert Allen ~ General Lord Glossop
    Donald Rowe - Poole
    Amena Smith ~ Ms. Bisset
    Wendy L. Fuller ~ Emma Carew
    Betsy Jessie ~ Lucy Harris
    Jennifer Foley ~ Nellie
    Pam Dundon ~ Lady Beaconsfield
    Miranda Jones ~ Lucy (understudy)
  • Bridget Butler ~ Woman of London
    Jane Harissis ~ Aristocrat
    Alexandra Tursi ~ Woman of London
    Lauren Tursi ~ Aristocrat
    Cecily Robbins ~ Aristocrat
    Kristen Robbins ~ Woman of London
    Justin Quackenbush ~ Man of London
    Miranda Jones ~ Woman of London
    Tatum Kenney ~ Woman of London
    Ann Marie Licari ~ Woman of London
    Jennifer Pitz ~ Woman of London

  • Children
    Geoffrey Penar ~ Newsboy
    Sarah Harissis ~ Girl of London
    Anna Harissis ~ Aristocrat
    Alison Smith ~ Aristocrat

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August 14 - August 31

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June 20th-July 7th