Second Melbourne Concert Announced!
Saturday 26 October 2019 – on sale from 10am on Monday 5th August
The Most Thrilling & Highly Anticipated Theatrical Event of the Year!
For more information and tickets: www.concertworks.com.au/jekyll
Anthony Warlow and Jemma Rix will star in Jekyll & Hyde 25th Anniversary Concert in Melbourne and Sydney.
The wait is finally over! 25 years after Anthony Warlow recorded the highly celebrated ‘Jekyll & Hyde Complete Works’ double CD, audiences at last will experience Anthony performing the musical, and be joined by the brilliant Jemma Rix, in the most thrilling and highly anticipated theatrical event of the year!
“I am thrilled to have been invited to recreate the music and lyrics of Frank Wildhorn and Leslie Bricusse for this 25th anniversary celebration of Jekyll & Hyde. After re-imagining these iconic characters for the concept recording, I look forward to bringing Frank’s ‘Gothic Musical’ to the Australian stage in these concert performances” Anthony Warlow.
Jekyll & Hyde features a thrilling score of pop rock hits from multi Grammy and Tony nominated Frank Wildhorn with the Book and Lyrics by double Oscar and Grammy winning Leslie Bricusse. The powerful music, including ‘This is the Moment’ that Anthony is so well-known for, will come alive with The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra (Melbourne concert) and the Sydney International Orchestra (Sydney concert). The stunning, resplendent Victorian Gothic costumes and the evocative lighting will truly lend to an unforgettable evening for audiences.
“I am absolutely thrilled that one of my favourite musical artists in the world, Anthony Warlow, is going to celebrate the 25th year of his amazing performance on the Jekyll & Hyde “Complete Works” double CD, with a series of theatrical concerts. Anthony has so many beautiful gifts as a musician and actor, and all were on display on those recordings. Frank Wildhorn (Composer).
Jekyll & Hyde is a tale of tantalizing suspense about the duplicity of human nature: restraint and transgression, brutality and civility – a singularly compelling story of Victorian dread.