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  1. History. After its 1985 debut at the New York Shakespeare Festival, headed by Joseph Papp of the Public Theatre, The Mystery of Edwin Drood moved to Broadway's Imperial Theatre, where it played for a total of 608 performances, starring Betty Buckley, Cleo Laine, and George Rose. In 1987, the show premiered at the Savoy Theatre in London's West End.

  2. As Drood is metatheatrical, the characters of the play The Mystery of Edwin Drood are played by actors of the "Music Hall Royale", within the production. The following are the dual roles each cast member plays. The actress portraying Miss Alice Nutting/Edwin Drood also performs the role of Dick Datchery up until the Voting portion of the evening.

  3. 25 de fev. de 2024 · The Mystery of Edwin Drood (1870) by Charles Dickens. Chapter I. →. sister projects: Wikipedia article, Commons category, Wikidata item. Illustrated by Luke Fildes. The final novel by Charles Dickens; the novel was left unfinished at the time of Dickens' death, and readers have often speculated about the ending. THE MYSTERY.

  4. During one of Drood’s visits to Cloisterham, a young English couple arrives there from Ceylon, where they had been orphaned. The young woman, Helena Landless, who is Rosa Bud’s age, enters the ...

  5. 10 de jan. de 2012 · The first part of The Mystery of Edwin Drood is shown on BBC Two at 21:00 GMT on 10 January and concludes at the same time the following night. More on this story.

  6. Overview. The Mystery of Edwin Drood is the final novel written by English novelist Charles Dickens. Dickens completed about half of the novel before he died in June 1870, and he had already begun publishing the novel in serial form. Because the novel revolves around the mysterious disappearance, and possible murder, of the titular character ...

  7. Synopsis. The Mystery of Edwin Drood is a hilarious, interactive whodunit mystery musical that allows the audience to enter the action and become the ultimate detectives. The show is based on Charles Dickens’ unfinished novel of the same name. In small town of Chesterham, England, the young and charming Edwin Drood has been mysteriously murdered.