Two-time Tony Award-nominated composer Frank Wildhorn's Jekyll & Hyde closed on Broadway on Jan. 7, 2001, after 1,543 performances. Playbill.com takes a look back at the composer's past Broadway productions. His other work includes The Scarlet Pimpernel and the recent Bonnie & Clyde among other titles.
Wildhorn made his Broadway debut in 1997 with Jekyll & Hyde, which ran for nearly four years at the Schoenfeld.
His Scarlet Pimpernel opened the same year at the Minskoff Theatre. It would close and "re-boot" twice, with changes to score and script and new lead actors, before ending its run in 2000.