Nov. Regisseur Tom Littler inszeniert erstmals ein Musical und macht aus der Vorlage von Robert Louis Stevenson in Frankfurt einen düsteren. Nov. Frankfurt - Das Monster lebt, es zuckt, es mordet: Mit dem Musical „Jekyll & Hyde“ versucht sich das English Theatre Frankfurt an einem. Nov. Was für eine Premiere. Minutenlang tosender Applaus und Standing Ovations nach einer echten Gänsehaut-Zugabe. So endete am Samstag.
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What could go wrong? Walk across London, no problem…well, unless you are the extremely sensitive Dr. Apparently anything and everything will set this guy off.
Now I can see becoming upset whilst being pummeled by barrels, pooped on by birds, or exploded by bombs. These things are annoying and potentially injurious.
But the good Doctor is also set off by barking dogs, walking into spider webs, and the occasional agitated passer-by. How is this guy getting married?
He gleefully goes out and roams the streets, taking in the sights and sounds of London while tormenting innocent bystanders, which includes an abusive encounter with Lucy.
A week later, no one has heard anything from Jekyll. Emma, Sir Danvers and Utterson ask Poole where he is, but Emma decides to leave and believes Jekyll will come for her after his work is finished.
After Emma and Sir Danvers leave, Poole tells Utterson that Jekyll has been locked in his lab all this time and that he has heard strange sounds from the lab.
Jekyll, who seems distraught, emerges and impatiently sends Poole to fetch some chemicals for him. Utterson confronts Jekyll about his bizarre behavior, but Jekyll brushes this off.
He instead gives Utterson three letters: Suspicious and concerned, Utterson warns Jekyll to not let his work take over his life. As Jekyll treats her wound, she tells him a man named Hyde inflicted it.
Jekyll is stunned by this revelation but hides it. Feeling compassion for Jekyll for being kind to her, Lucy kisses him "Sympathy, Tenderness".
Disturbed by his own actions, Jekyll leaves Lucy, who wonders about her love for him "Someone Like You". Later, the Bishop of Basingstoke is seen with Guinevere after having a "meeting" with one of her underage attendants.
He pays Guinevere and arranges to see the attendant next Wednesday. When Guinevere and the attendant leave, Hyde appears holding a swordstick with a heavy pewter knob.
After insulting the Bishop, Hyde proceeds to beat and stab him to death with the swordstick before gleefully setting the body aflame "Alive reprise ".
Utterson and Sir Danvers speak to the audience once again of past events with Jekyll: Utterson begins to feel he was not able to help his poor client and friend, while Danvers senses that something was horribly wrong with his work, as he had not been seen or heard from for weeks.
She finds his journal open and reads one of his entries. Jekyll enters and immediately closes the journal, preventing her from learning what he has become.
Emma can see he is distraught. She professes her love for him and begs him to confide in her "Once Upon a Dream". He tells her nothing of his work, but says he still loves her.
After Emma leaves, Jekyll writes in his journal that Hyde has taken a heavy toll on him and those around him, and that the transformations are occurring of their own accord.
Jekyll only tells him that Hyde is a "colleague" involved in the experiment. Utterson can see that his friend is desperately ill and agrees to obtain the rest of the chemicals Jekyll requires.
Jekyll, once again alone, begins to face the fact that Hyde is a part of him "Obsession". Lucy is then visited by Hyde, who tells her that he is going away for a while.
He then warns her to never leave him. Lucy is terrified, but seems to be held under a sexual, animalistic control by Hyde "Dangerous Game".
Utterson refuses to leave the package with anyone but his friend and demands to know where he is. Hyde replies that even if he told him, Utterson would not believe him.
When Utterson insists to see Jekyll or he will alert the police. Hyde angrily attempts to attack Utterson who threatens him with his swordstick.
Trapped, Hyde injects the formula into himself, roaring with laughter as he reverts to Jekyll in front of an appalled Utterson. Jekyll tells Utterson that Hyde must be destroyed, whatever the cost.
He then begs Utterson to deliver money for Lucy so she can escape to safety. As Utterson leaves, Jekyll mixes in chemicals and injects the new formula, fearing that he might lose himself forever, and praying that he can restore his former life "The Way Back".
Utterson visits Lucy at "The Red Rat" with the money, along with a letter from Jekyll that entreats her to leave town and start a new life elsewhere.
Just then, Hyde returns. Seeing the letter from Jekyll, he tells Lucy that he and the doctor are "very close" and that they "share everything".
He then calls Lucy over to him and holds her very close.