September 04, 2015

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A Close Shave: Aaron Ramey Comes Clean on Jekyll & Hyde

Aaron Ramey was compelled to grow massive mutton chops to help create an authentic look for his character in the 19th century-set Jekyll & Hyde. With the show now closed and summer quickly approaching, Ramey was this time compelled to remove his fantastic facial hair. Watch as Ramey deconstructs, reconstructs and eventually shaves off his chops and stache (which he’s worn for the better part of a year) and rejoins Broadway in the 21st century.







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