Constantine Maroulis Will Again Step Into Title Roles of Jekyll & Hyde

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The Tony nominee will star in the Virginia Musical Theatre production of the Frank Wildhorn musical.
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Tony nominee Constantine Maroulis, who starred in the 2013 Broadway revival of Jekyll & Hyde, will again step into the musical's title roles this March.

Maroulis will star in the Virginia Musical Theatre production of the Frank Wildhorn musical March 2–4 at the Sandler Center for the Performing Arts in Virginia Beach.

VMT Artistic Director Chip Gallagher will direct with musical direction from Nathan Matthews and choreography by Jeff Warner.

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With music by Wildhorn and a book and lyrics by Leslie Bricusse, Jekyll & Hyde tells the story of a London doctor who creates an alternate personality in an attempt to cure his father’s mental illness. The result is Mr. Hyde, an evil alter ego that causes violence and destruction.

The musical originally opened on Broadway in 1997 and earned four Tony Award nominations.

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