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The Second National Tour started with a week of previews in April of 1999. The final performance took place on April 30, 2000 in Houston, TX where the show debuted 10 years earlier.

The tour included the songs I Need to Know, which had been cut from Broadway, and replaced Good and Evil with Bring on the Men.

CastEdit

  • Dr. Henry Jekyll/Edward Hyde Chuck Wagner
  • Emma Carew Andrea Rivette,  later  Kelli O'Hara
  • Lucy Harris Sharon Brown later Deb Lyons
  • Alternate Jekyll/Hyde Brian Noonan
  • John Utterson James Clow
  • Simon Stride Abe Beybold
  • Sir Danvers Carew Dennis Kelley
  • Archibald Proops, Poole David Elledge
  • General Lord Glossop Steven Bogard
  • Lady Beaconsfield, The Madame Bertilla Baker
  • Bishop of Basingstoke, Priest Roger E. Dewitt
  • Lord Savage/The Spider Robin Hayes
  • Nellie Felicia Finley
  • Mr. Bisset Michael L. Marra
    • Dangerous Game with Wagner and Brown
    • Opening night
    • Sharon Brown and Chuck Wagner
    • Kelli O'Hara and Chuck Wagner
    • Sharon Brown as Lucy Harris
    • Kelli O'Hara and Deb Lyons
    • Wagner as Jekyll and Brown as Lucy
    • Emma and Stride (Andrea Rivette, Aby Reybold)
  • Female Ensemble Becca Ayers, Karyn Overstreet, Judine Richard, Jade Stice
  • Male Ensemble Dave Hugo, David Kock, Max Perlman, Abe Reybold

Tour StopsEdit

  • March 2: Grand Forks (Tech), Chester Fritz Auditorium
  • March 9: Grand Forks/Seattle, Paramount Theatre
  • March 30: Grand Rapids, ND, Devos Hall
  • April 6: Boston, Wang Performing Arts Center
  • April 13: Wallingford, CT, Oakdale Theatre
  • April 20: Detroit, Fisher Theatre
  • May 11: Minneapolis, Orpheum Theatre
  • May 18: Dallas, Music Hall
  • June 1: Tulsa, OK, Tulsa Performing Arts Center
  • May 15: Memphis, Orpheum Theatre
  • June 22: Toronto, Ford Center
  • July 20: Vancouver, Ford Center
  • Aug. 3: San Francisco, Golden Gate Theatre
  • Aug. 31: San Diego, Civic Center Theatre
  • Sept. 7: Los Angeles, Pantages Theatre
  • Sept. 28, 1999: St. Louis, CA, Fox Theatre
  • Oct. 5, 1999: Charlotte, NC, Blumenthal PAC
  • Oct. 12, 1999: Providence, RI, PAC
  • Oct. 19, 1999: Philadelphia, PA, Merriam Theatre
  • Oct. 26, 1999: Baltimore, MD, Mechanic Theatre
  • Nov. 2, 1999: Indianapolis, IN, Murat PAC
  • Nov. 9, 1999: Chicago, IL Palace Theatre
  • Nov. 23, 1999: Des Moines, IA, Civic Center
  • Nov. 30, 1999: Louisville, KY, Kentucky Center
  • Dec. 7, 1999: Cincinnati, OH, Aranoff Theatre
  • Dec. 21-26: Miami, FL, Jackie Gleason Theatre
  • Jan. 4-16: Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Broward Performing Arts Center
  • Jan. 18-23: Tampa, FL, Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center
  • Jan. 25-30: Austin, TX, University of Texas
  • Feb. 22-27: Portland, OR, Civic Center Theatre
  • Feb. 29-Mar. 5: Denver, CO, Buell Auditorium
  • Mar. 7-12: Kalamazoo, MI, Miller Auditorium
  • Mar. 14-19: East Lansing, MI, Wharton Center
  • Mar. 21-26: Newark, NJ, New Jersey Performing Arts Center
  • Mar. 28-Apr. 9: Chicago, IL, Palace Theatre
  • Apr. 11-16: Buffalo, NY, Shea's
  • Apr. 18-23: Raleigh, NC, Civic Center
  • Apr. 25-30: Houston, TX, Jones Hall

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