Just in time for Halloween, the Atlanta Lyric Theatre is looking behind the facade.

Quick facts
Under the direction of Heidi Cline McKerley, Jekyll & Hyde the musical is playing at the Atlanta Lyric Theatre, October 18-November 3, 2019.

Bonus tidbits for theatre nerds
Loosely based on the Robert Louis Stevenson novella, Jekyll & Hyde originally played on Broadway in 1997 and earned four Tony Award nominations. The show has music by Frank Wildhorn (The Scarlet Pimpernel) and lyrics by Oscar and Grammy Award-winner Leslie Bricusse (Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory).

Hummable earworms
“This is the Moment,” “In His Eyes,” “Someone Like You,” “Façade.”

Quick Pics
Photo credit: Cayce Calloway

Dr. Jekyll/Mr. Hyde- Chase Peacock
Lucy Harris- Niki Badua
Emma Carew- Maggie Salley
Ensemble: JEFF MCKERLEY (Oliver!, Catch Me if You Can, Spamalot) DANNY CROWE (Jesus Christ Superstar, Head Over Heels), HAYDEN ROWE (Tarzan, The Wedding Singer, Jesus Christ Superstar), JARIUS CLIETT (My Fair Lady, La Traviata), CHLOE CORDLE (Oliver!, Jesus Christ Superstar, My Fair Lady) CHARLIE T. THOMAS (Atlanta Shakespeare Company), JAYMYRIA ETIENNE (Oliver, Three Little Birds), JD MYERS (South Pacific, Elf: The Musical, Mamma Mia), LAMONT J. HILL (The Color Purple, Parade, Elf: The Musical), MEAGHAN PAETKAU (The Wedding Singer, South Pacific, Head Over Heels) and BENJAMIN FIERKE (Parade, Next to Normal), ROB ROPER (Oliver!, My Fair Lady). The ensemble also includes the talents of MEG YOUNG, ALEXANDRA JOY, GREG HUNTER and CJ BABB.

Performance info
October 18-November 3, Thursday-Sunday, at the Jennie T. Anderson Theatre (548 South Marietta Pkwy, Marietta).

About those tickets…
$36-$74, click here to purchase.

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