Heads up theatergoers. Theatre Under the Stars has just announced that its season opener, Jekyll & Hyde, starring Houston favorite Constantine Maroulis, has been delayed by a day and will instead open Wednesday, October 10.
TUTS learned just this morning that the tour wouldn't be able to make it to Houston from San Diego on time "because of the size and difficulties of the sets."
People who already bought tickets to the October 9 show will be offered seats in other performances at the Hobby Center. For information, call 713-558-8887, e-mail boxoffice@TUTS.com or visit www.TUTS.com.
The show, about good and evil and one man's tough time dealing with two people in one body, stars the former American Idol and Tony nominee Maroulis as well as Grammy Award nominee and R&B superstar Deborah Cox. It will run through Sunday, October 21.
Other updated events from the TUTS press release are as follows:
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"Master Class with Jekyll & Hyde Composer Frank Wildhorn: Monday, October 8 from 3 - 5 p.m.
In an "Inside The Actor's Studio" format, multi-Grammy and Tony Award nominated composer and producer Frank Wildhorn will dialogue with TUTS' Artistic Director Bruce Lumpkin for a Master Class about the history of Jekyll & Hyde, the show's musical themes, originality, composition, structure and connection to other Wildhorn musicals. Tickets start at $150. Visit TUTS.com/Events for more details.
Jekyll & Hyde Blood Drive: Tuesday, October 9 and Wednesday, October 10; 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
To celebrate a "bloody" good time, TUTS has partnered with our season sponsor St. Luke's Episcopal Health System to host a blood drive at Hobby Center. Medical technology has provided many life-saving discoveries over the years, but there is still no substitute for blood. In a medical emergency, often the most important element is the availability of blood. Blood donations can help a variety of individuals: trauma victims, surgery patients, premature babies, individuals with anemia, cancer patients and many more. Blood donors on both days will receive a promotional code for discounted tickets to see the show. Visit TUTS.com/Events to learn more about the blood drive.
Pre-show Informance with Frank Wildhorn: Wednesday, October 10; 6:30 - 7:15 p.m. Frank Wildhorn will offer a pre-show informance for theater-goers in Hobby Center's Founder's Club. TUTS Artistic Director Bruce Lumpkin will dialogue with Frank Wildhorn about the development, background and journey of Jekyll & Hyde. This event is free for all October 10 ticket holders.