They’re just passing through but it’s where they’re going that’s pretty cool. Jekyll and Hyde opened Tuesday night at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center and runs through Sunday. Once the show is finished here they’ll hit a few more tour stops and then the entire show heads to Broadway.
Maroulis said a role like Jekyll and Hyde can be demanding but the key is to find a way to relate to the character.”It helps you to be really believable in those moments” he explained. Maroulis continued “to connect things in your life to what’s happening in the story and that’s what the audience really responds to.”
Cox told us she enjoys bringing something a little different to the role every night “its live theatre, every night is different, there’s something that’s going to be different because it’s like and that’s the fun part.”
Maroulis jumped at the chance when we asked him how he would describe the show in a couple of sentences. “It’s a beautiful gothic thriller” he began. “It’s sexy, it’s dangerous, and it’s the tale of good and evil the duality of man” he noted.
The show will open at Broadway’s Marquis Theatre in New York in mid-April.
Celebrity Attractions also took the opportunity to introduce their 2013-2014 season and it’s one filled with hits.
Blue Man Group will perform Sept. 10-15.
January 21-26, 2014 will bring the third longest running show in Broadway history, Chicago.
April 1-6, 2014 is The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber.
That’s followed by Sister Act, May 13-18, 2014.
Wicked returns to Tulsa June 18-22, 2014.
And the year closes with Irving Berlin's White Christmas Nov. 12-17.