In this March 29, 2013 photo, composer Frank Wildhorn sits inside a theater in West Palm Beach, Fla. Wildhorn first found success as a pop and R&B songwriter, penning Whitney Houston's ballad "Where Do Broken Hearts Go.” He ruled Broadway in the late 1990s when he had three shows running simultaneously, a nearly four-year run for "Jekyll and Hyde," "The Scarlett Pimpernel" and "The Civil War," which all were nominated for Tony Awards. Now, Wildhorn's eighth Broadway show, a revamped revival of "Jekyll and Hyde," opens on April 18. (AP Photo/J Pat Carter)

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In this March 29, 2013 photo, composer Frank Wildhorn sits inside a theater in West Palm Beach, Fla. Wildhorn first found success as a pop and R&B songwriter, penning Whitney Houston's ballad "Where Do Broken Hearts Go.”  He ruled Broadway in the late 1990s when he had three shows running simultaneously, a nearly four-year run for "Jekyll and Hyde," "The Scarlett Pimpernel" and "The Civil War," which all were nominated for Tony Awards. Now, Wildhorn's eighth Broadway show, a revamped revival of "Jekyll and Hyde," opens on April 18. (AP Photo/J Pat Carter)
In this March 29, 2013 photo, composer Frank Wildhorn sits inside a theater in West Palm Beach, Fla. Wildhorn first found success as a pop and R&B songwriter, penning Whitney Houston's ballad "Where Do Broken Hearts Go.” He ruled Broadway in the late 1990s when he had three shows running simultaneously, a nearly four-year run for "Jekyll and Hyde," "The Scarlett Pimpernel" and "The Civil War," which all were nominated for Tony Awards. Now, Wildhorn's eighth Broadway show, a revamped revival of "Jekyll and Hyde," opens on April 18. (AP Photo/J Pat Carter)
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