Frank Wildhorn's Jekyll and Hyde to Receive London Fringe Revival at Southwark's Union Theatre

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28 Feb 2012

Frank WIldhorn
Frank WIldhorn
Beth Kelly

Frank Wildhorn and Leslie Bricusse's 1997 Broadway musical Jekyll and Hyde will be revived at London's fringe Union Theatre in Southwark, beginning performances May 16 for a run through June 16.

The production will be directed by Luke Fredericks, with musical direction by Dean Austin, sets and costumes by Stewart Charlesworth and musical staging by Adam Murray. It is produced by Morphic Graffiti. Casting is still to be announced, but according to press materials the production will feature a professional cast of 16, with a live band of five musicians.

The show is described as "the ultimate story of good versus evil. Set in London, and based on Robert Louis Stevenson's Victorian novella, it is the story of Dr. Henry Jeyll, a brilliant and yet troubled scientist, and his obsession with the darkest recesses of the human condition."



To book tickets, contact the box office on 020 7261 9876, or visit www.uniontheatre.biz for more details.