Our Summer 2006 Theatre Production...

Music by Frank Wildhorn

Book & Lyrics by Leslie Bricusse

Conceived by Steve Cuden & Frank Wildhorn

Based on the novella "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde" by Robert Louis Stevenson

The classic horror story is now a musical! Henry Jekyll is a scientist in Victorian London who discovers a chemical that can split the personality into two selves, one good, one evil. It transforms him into Edward Hyde, a lusty psychopath who haunts the dark streets of London, existing only for pleasure. When Hyde goes on a murder spree, Jekyll must find a way to destroy his alter ego before Hyde takes over completely.

THURSDAY, AUGUST 17 at 9:00 p.m.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 18 at 9:00 p.m.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 19 at 3:00 and 9:00 p.m.

Directed by David Levinson
Choreography by Alyssa Chaplin
Vocal Direction by Kathleen Siapno
Produced by Liz Tomazic
Scenic & Lighting Designer, Jacqueline Nese
Costume Designer, Tais Szilagi
Special Effects Designer, Robert DiGiovanni
Light Board Operator, David Hahn


THE CAST (in alphabetical order)
Denysson Arboleda General Lord Glossop (understudy for Inmate)
Julio Centeno The Bishop of Basingstoke
Alyssa Chaplin Featured Dancer, Red Rat Girl, Ensemble
Robert DiGiovanni John Utterson, Featured Dancer
Alon Elian Henry Jekyll & Edward Hyde
Jessica Fishenfeld Emma Carew
Erica Kaya Hill Lucy Harris
Rosie Hoffman Lady Savage
Michael Levinson Sir Archibald Proops
Krissi Lum Featured Dancer, Red Rat Girl, Ensemble
Lili Notovitz Poor Woman, Ensemble
Steven Notovitz Inmate, Bisset the Apothecary
David Phillips Sir Danvers Carew
Jessica Schildkraut Lady Beaconsfield, Guinevere
Andray Shuriah Newsboy, Ensemble (understudy for Bisset)
Kathleen Siapno Nellie, Featured Dancer, Ensemble
Tais Szilagi Featured Dancer, Red Rat Girl, Priest, Ensemble
Liz Tomazic Mrs. Poole, Featured Dancer, Ensemble
Daniel Vallejo Simon Stride, The Spider
John Chang Piano
Fred "Shazam" Cohen Bass
Jenna Hopp Oboe
Angela Lo Violin
Mohit P. Mansukhani Cello
Kris Bauman Additional Bass


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