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Flu Season, Jekyll And Hyde


Part One: Flu Season. Flu season is on the way. In the recent past, health officials dealt with vaccine shortages. That may not be problem this year but flu seasons are unpredictable. Plus there's a new delivery device that could make it easier for more people to get the shot.

Dr. Stephen Keener
- Medical Director, Mecklenburg County Health Dept.
Dr. Carlos Picone - Vice Chair, Department of Internal medicine, Sibley Memorial Hospital

Constantine Maroulis and Deborah Cox in Jekyll & Hyde

Part Two: Jekyll & Hyde. Jekyll & Hyde, the musical based on Robert Louis Stevenson’s Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, is open now at the Belk Theatre. We’re joined by members of the star case, including two-time Tony nominated actor Constantine Maroulis, who you might also remember from his days as a contestant on American Idol, and also R&B star Deborah Cox, who starred in Elton John and Tim Rice’s Broadway show Aida. Join us to talk about the stars of this show and their body of work, about the disturbing story of Jekyll & Hyde, and its Broadway run in decades past, and why it’s touring now, BEFORE it hits Broadway again next spring… when Charlotte Talks.

Constantine Maroulis - “Dr. Henry Jekyll/ Edward Hyde” in Jekyll & Hyde. He’s a two-time Tony Award nominated actor (Best Actor for his role in Broadway’s Rock of Ages and The Wedding Singer), and was a finalist in the fourth season of American Idol
Deborah Cox - “Lucy” in Jekyll & Hyde. She’s a multi-platinum selling recording R&B artist, who also starred in Broadway’s Aida.

Credit Tim Ross
Mike with Constantine Maroulis and Deborah Cox, who are in town performing in Jekyll & Hyde through the weekend,