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'Jekyll & Hyde' helps bring back extensive pre-Broadway tours

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Constantine Maroulis stars as the murderous Edward Hyde and Deborah Cox as the prostitute Lucy in the Broadway-bound national tour of the 1997 musical "Jekyll & Hyde."

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R&B star Deborah Cox stars as the prostitute Lucy in the Broadway-bound national tour of "Jekyll & Hyde."

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The touring version of "Catch Me If You Can," starring Stephen Anthony as Frank Abagnale Jr. is headed for Chicago to play the Cadillac Palace Theatre.

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The touring version of "Catch Me If You Can" is headed for Chicago to play the Cadillac Palace Theatre.

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Bryan West does a lip sync of the operatic aria "Sempre Libre" from "La Traviata" (re-creating an iconic moment from the original 1994 Australian film) in the 2011 Broadway musical adaptation of "Priscilla Queen of the Desert The Musical."

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Wade McCollum, left, Scott Willis and Bryan West lead the company in "I Will Survive" for the flashy Act I finale of "Priscilla Queen of the Desert The Musical." The national tour plays the Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University in Chicago from Tuesday, March 19, through Saturday, March 30.

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In the next few weeks, Chicago's theater district will be home to a bonanza of Broadway musicals. Constantine Maroulis and R&B diva Deborah Cox star in a touring revival of "Jekyll & Hyde," coming to the Cadillac Palace Tuesday, March 12, before it opens on Broadway in April. And "Priscilla Queen of the Desert" and "Catch Me If You Can" are coming to Chicago via post-Broadway tours.
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    • Constantine Maroulis stars as the murderous Edward Hyde and Deborah Cox as the prostitute Lucy in the Broadway-bound national tour of the 1997 musical “Jekyll & Hyde.”
    • R&B star Deborah Cox stars as the prostitute Lucy in the Broadway-bound national tour of “Jekyll & Hyde.”
    • The touring version of "Catch Me If You Can," starring Stephen Anthony as Frank Abagnale Jr. is headed for Chicago to play the Cadillac Palace Theatre.
    • The touring version of "Catch Me If You Can" is headed for Chicago to play the Cadillac Palace Theatre.
    • Bryan West does a lip sync of the operatic aria “Sempre Libre” from “La Traviata” (re-creating an iconic moment from the original 1994 Australian film) in the 2011 Broadway musical adaptation of “Priscilla Queen of the Desert The Musical.”
    • Wade McCollum, left, Scott Willis and Bryan West lead the company in “I Will Survive” for the flashy Act I finale of “Priscilla Queen of the Desert The Musical.” The national tour plays the Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University in Chicago from Tuesday, March 19, through Saturday, March 30.
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