From Charlotte Brontë’s masterpiece, Jane Eyre tells the story of an orphaned girl, brutalized by her aunt and then sent to an orphan school for girls where she suffers more mistreatment.  There she meets a young girl who changes her life forever.  When Jane later becomes a governess at Thornfield Hall she meets a mysterious man who holds a dark secret.  Love, forgiveness and transformation are the themes in this gothic romance for the ages.

Jane Eyre was produced on Broadway in 2000, featuring a book by John Caird and music and lyrics by Paul Gordon. Nominated for five Tony Awards including Best Musical, hear the Tony-nominated score sung for the first time in New York since its premature departure sung by a dazzling cast led by Samantha Massell (Fiddler on the RoofRags).


Amisha Amy
Dana Costello
 (Finding Neverland)
Deirdre Donohue
Asher Dubin
Alexandra Frost
Alex Hartman

Celia Hottenstein (Desperate Measures)
Sean Konopka-White
Ethan Larsen

Kevin Massey (A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder)
Paris Nesbitt
Mavis Simpson-Ernst (You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown)
Clay Singer
Ryan Speakman (Jane Eyre, 2017 workshop)
Mary Stout (Jane Eyre)

Musical Direction by Cameron Moncur
Director: Robbie Rozelle
Associate Director: Yoni Weiss

...a passion project that we could all enjoy, featuring fabulous voices at one of Manhattan’s finest venues... I wouldn’t be surprised to see this brought back to 54 Below. It had a classy feel aided by a strong story, good lyrics, and a fun cast.
— Cabaret Scenes

Photo by Genevieve Rafter Keddy (BroadwayWorld)

Photo by Genevieve Rafter Keddy (BroadwayWorld)