Full casting has been announced for a one night concert of Frank Wildhorn’s Jekyll & Hyde, to be presented as a benefit for the New York Society for Ethical Culture at NYSEC’s 800-seat concert hall, June 15 at 7:30 pm.
This musical tale of the epic battle between good and evil is based on Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic story about a brilliant doctor whose experiments with human personality create a murderous counterpart. The concert will feature “Bring on the Men,” a song which was not heard in the Broadway production.
As previously announced, Robert Petkoff — who is currently appearing in Lincoln Center’s Happiness — will star in the title roles, with Brooke Sunny Moriber as Emma and Jennifer Hallie Rosen as Lucy. They will be joined by Richard Binder as Gabriel John Utterson, Timothy Jerome as Sir Danvers Carew, Marci Reid as Nellie, Brandon Ruckdashel as Spider, and Tony Wolf as Sir Simon Stride.
The ensemble will comprise Jane Caplow, Stephanie Carnright, Huling Foster, James Kidd, Jason Maniscalco, Jessica Olsen, Cesar Rospigliosi, Sal Sabella, Doug Shapiro, Stacy Lee Tilton, and Kathryn Wieckhorst. Joining the cast on stage will be a 14-piece orchestra.
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