Robert Lewis Balfour Stevenson - writer

Frank Wildhorn - composer

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He was born in New York. In 1999, Mr. Wildhorn became the first American composer in twenty two years to have three shows running simultaneously on Broadway: "Jekyll and Hyde" at the Plymouth Theatre, "The Scarlet Pimpernel" at the Minskoff, and "The Civil War" at the St. James Theatre. In the popular music arena Frank has worked with such esteemed artists as Natalie Cole, Kenny Rogers, Sammy Davis Jr., Trisha Yearwood, Tracy Lawrence, Trace Adkins, Patti LaBelle, Jennifer Holliday and Dennis DeYoung. His "Where Do Broken Hearts Go?" was an international number one hit for Whitney Houston in the late 1980's.

Leslie Bricusse - libretto

Leslie Bricusse is a writer-composer-lyricist who has contributed to many musical films and plays during his career. He was born 29 January 1931, in London, England and educated at University College School and Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge. At Cambridge, he was President of the Footlights Revue Club and founded the Musical Comedy Club. There, he co-authored, directed and performed in his first two musical shows, OUT OF THE BLUE and LADY AT THE WHEEL, both of which made their way to London's West End.
Bricusse has written more than forty musical shows and films, and over the years has had the fortune to enjoy fruitful collaborations with a wonderful array of musical talents, including Anthony Newly, Henry Mancini, John Williams, John Barry, Jerry Goldsmith, Jule Styne, Quincy Jones, Andre Previn, Frank Wildhorn and Peter Illyich Tchaikovsky.
He as been nominated for ten Academy Awards, nine Grammys and four Tonys, and has won two Oscars, a Grammy and eight Ivor Novello Awards, the premiere British Music Award.
Hundreds of Bricusses's songs have been recorded by major artists, including Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole, Judy Garland, Aretha Franklin, Barbra Streisand, Sammy Davis, Jr. (who recorded 60 Bricusse songs), Tony Bennett, Shirley Bassey, Tom Jones, Petula Clark, Julie Andrews, Liza Minnelli, Andy Williams, Rex Harrison, Kate Smith, Elaine Paige, Anthony Newley, Michael Feinstein, Bette Midler, The Moody Blues, Nancy Sinatra, Lena Horne, Sergio Mendes, Dionne Warwick, Robert Goulet, Matt Munro, Ray Charles, Ethel Merman, Placido Domingo, Jennifer Holliday, Danny Kaye, Robbie Williams, Mariah Carey and Linda Eder.

Steve Cuden - base story

Alright, I found nothing about him, I'm so sorry. If anyone can help me, please do it.

Molnár László - director

Master of the Hungarian Musical Theater, director of the play, and main actor as Jekyll/Hyde. He was born in 1966, Kecskemét. He was born in 1966, Kecskemét. From 1975 student of the Hungarian Public Ballettinstitute. Between 1984 and 1987 he is member of the Katona József Theatre as actor. In 1987 joined to the Jókai Theatre where- continuously- he was working 9 years. From 1996 to 1999 actor of the Móricz Zsigmond Theatre. In 1998 he founded the Hungarian Musical Theatre- the only private theatre in Hungary. His wife is Bernadett Tunyogi, daughter of the famous singer - Bernadett plays the part of Emma in Jekyll. More info in menu cast.

Venyige Sándor - Hungarian book

Translator of the book, founder of Musical Theater with Molnár László. Well-named in Hungary and foreign couuntries, he played in many shows (Jesus Christ Superstar- Pilate, Der Glöckner von Notre-Dame- Frollo, Jekyll and Hyde- Stride)
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Valla Attila - Hungarian libretto

He was born in 1967, Budapest. His name can be seen on more than 50 recordings, his success is marked with 20 gold and platina cd, and he's proud owner of Huszka Jenő award as the "Songwriter of the Year". He doesn't just writing lyrics (Nutcracker, Katonadolog, NOX) but translate them (Jekyll&Hyde, Hair, La cage aux Folles...). Jekyll&Hyde owns a special place in his heart. Never uses mirror-translation, and he has got huge fantasy to make the libretto live and wonderful in our language as it was in the original.


Director-assistant: Fülöp Angéla
Scenery: Kis-Kovács Gergely
Costumes: Tordai Hajnal
Choreographer: Rogács László
Broadway orchestration: Kim Scharnberg
Orchestration: Jason Howland