RICHARD WHITE (Dr. Jekyll) starred as the original Phantom in the Maury Yeston/Arthur Kopit PHANTOM! (Premiere Cast Recording available on RCA Victor), and toured the country as Lancelot in CAMELOT with Robert Goulet. Richard made his Broadway debut as Joey in THE MOST HAPPY FELLA, and appeared Off-Broadway in ELIZABETH AND ESSEX opposite Estelle Parsons. He has been a favorite leading man with The New York City Opera in productions of BRIGADOON, SOUTH PACIFIC, and THE DESERT SONG. His starring performances in SHOWBOAT and NYCO's THE NEW MOON have been featured on PBS's Great Performances. Richard is probably best known to audiences as the voice of the villain Gaston in Disney's Academy Award-winning film BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. He has appeared at regional theatres across the country, and has been a guest soloist for numerous concerts, including several engagements at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. Richard has lately been hard at work on several new musicals including the Larry Gatlin musical, TEXAS FLYER, in which he plays the role of "Curley" and which recently had its world premiere in Philadelphia. He has also created the role of the masked avenger in "Zorro" which had its world premiere in Houston. Pre-Broadway tours are currently in the works for both shows.

MARC KUDISCH (Mr. Hyde): Broadway credits include George Kittredge in HIGH SOCIETY, Gaston in BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, Ruben in JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT (cast recording). Marc was seen nationally as Conrad Birdie in BYE BYE BIRDIE with Tommy Tune. Off Broadway credits include Mario in TAMARA - THE LIVING MOVIE and QUIET ON THE SET at the Orpheum Theatre. Workshops include STEEL PIER and HIGH SOCIETY. Telvision credits include the ABC/TV remake of BYE BYE BIRDIE, once again as Conrad, with Jason Alexander and Vanessa Williams (cast recording); Jack Sand in American Movie Classic's PARAMOUR, and Ralph Barnes on LOVING. Regional credits include Goodspeed Opera House, Kansas City Starlight, Caldwell Theatre Company, and the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco.

GLORY CRAMPTON (Amanda) created the role of Christine in the world premiere and the original cast recording of PHANTOM! by Maury Yston/Arthur Kopit (RCA Victor). She recently sang as a soloist to José Carreras at Radio City Music Hall; played the title Role in GIGI with Gaven Macleod/Lilliane Montevecchi (Paper Mill Playhouse); Louisa in THE FANTASTICKS opposite Robert Goulet (National and NYC); Nannette in CATHER COUNTY (Playwrights Horizons); created the role of Amanda in the world premiere of DR. JEKYLL & MR. HYDE (Kansas City Starlight); played Mary Magdalene in JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR (European Tour). At Paper Mill she has played Claudia in NINE, Lily in THE SECRET GARDEN as well as Blanch in the play adaptation of JANE EYRE (Original cast). Other plays regionally -- Eliza in PYGMALION (Bristol Riverside Theatre); Amanda in PRIVATE LIVES (South Jersey Regional); Constanza in AMADEUS (Barter Theatre). Recordings include UNSUNG IRVING BERLIN, UNSUNG MUSICALS 2 and 3, PETER PAN, and SHAKESPERE ON BROADWAY -- all on the Varége Saraband lable.

JUDY McLANE (Lily) has appeared on Broadway in KISS OF THE SPIDER WOMAN, ASPECTS OF LOVE, and CHESS (original cast recording). Her National and International Tours include the Baker's Wife in INTO THE WOODS, the Narrator in JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT with Donny Osmond, SIDE BY SIDE BY SONDHEIM and BIG. Judy has performed worldwide in pops concerts with the Bolshoi Orchestra in Moscow; Indianapolis Symphony; National Orchestra of Lyon, France; and CHESS in concert at Carnegie Hall. Regional credits include numerous productions at the Paper Mill Playhouse, including Eva Peron in EVITA, Nancy in OLIVER!, Florence in CHESS, and Luisa in NINE. Other Regional credits include Rebecca in RAGS, Mrs. Walker in TOMMY, and Ann in 1940'S RADIO HOUR. Judy has been seen as Darla in "Another World."

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