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Chita Rivera stars in the Broadway revival of Rupert Holmes' musical comedy.

Murderous Musical The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Starring Stephanie J. Block and Chita Rivera, Begins Broadway Run

Murderous Musical The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Starring Stephanie J. Block and Chita Rivera, Begins Broadway Run
Photo by: Bruce Glikas
Will Chase, Stephanie J. Block and Chita Rivera
'The Mystery of Edwin Drood' starts Broadway previews.

Preview performances begin on October 19 for The Mystery of Edwin Drood, the first Broadway revival of Rupert Holmes’ Tony-winning 1985 musical. Opening night is scheduled for November 13 at Studio 54. Directed by Scott Ellis, the production will play a limited engagement through February 10, 2013.

The Mystery of Edwin Drood stars Stephanie J. Block as Edwin Drood, two-time Tony winner Chita Rivera as Princess Puffer, Will Chase as John Jasper, Tony nominee Jessie Mueller as Helena Landless, Andy Karl as Neville Landless, four-time Tony nominee Gregg Edelman as Reverend Mr. Crisparkle, Tony winner Jim Norton as Chairman, Betsy Wolfe as Rosa Bud, Nicholas Barasch as Deputy, Peter Benson as Bazzard and Robert Creighton as Durdles. The ensemble includes Alison Cimmet, Nick Corley, Justin Greer, Shannon Lewis, Kiira Schmidt, Jim Walton, Eric Sciotto, Cody Williams, Janine DiVita, Jenifer Foote and Spencer Plachy.

Based on Charles Dickens’ unfinished novel of the same name, The Mystery of Edwin Drood is a play-within-a-musical following the members of the Theatre Royale Music Hall Company as they attempt to complete the unfinished story of Edwin Drood. The Mystery of Edwin Drood originally opened at Broadway’s Imperial Theatre on December 2, 1986, after a run in Central Park. The production took home five 1986 Tony Awards, including Best Musical.

The creative team for The Mystery of Edwin Drood includes choreographer Warren Carlyle, music director Paul Gemignani, set designer Anna Louizos, costume designer William Ivey Long, lighting designer Brian Nason and sound designer Tony Meola.

Check out Broadway.com's recent interviews with the Drood cast below! 
 

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