Meet the Eight Ill-Fated Characters of Jefferson Mays, and Hear From the Cast of A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder

Bryce Pinkham bumps off the Tony-winning Mays several times in the murderously funny new musical.

Imagine what would happen if Gilbert and Sullivan invited Stephen Sondheim and Charles Dickens over to watch Downton Abbey, then they all inhaled laughing gas and wrote a musical. That's the sort of thing you're in for with A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder, which opens on Broadway next month. Watch this special preview, and hear from the cast and creators about why the Edwardian era is such a hot topic today.

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