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The Mystery of Edwin Drood is the final novel by Charles Dickens that has been done as a movie and now as an innovative play within a play. Want to get involved in the drama? Then the interactive format of this rendition of Drood is just what you were looking for! Buy your The Mystery of Edwin Drood theater tickets now!
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The Mystery of Edwin Drood Theater Tickets

Most people aren't quick to associate Charles Dickens with musicals, but the iconic author has had several of his most famous works turned into stage shows, including The Mystery of Edwin Drood. Since debuting in 1985, the unique show has been revived several times, and in each instance fans clamor to pick up The Mystery of Edwin Drood tickets.

The play is based on Dickens' work of the same name, which he did not get to finish due to his unexpected death from a stroke. However, it had been published in installments and, drawing inspirations from British music halls in the late 19th century, Rupert Holmes turned it into one of the most unusual stage shows, as the audience can choose how it ends.

Though it draws from Dickens' book, the play takes on somewhat of a lighter note. Specifically, the musical's characters are portraying fictional characters that are performing Dickens' play in a fictional world. As a result, Holmes was able to inject a little humor into the show.

It's unlikely you'll see another show quite like The Mystery of Edwin Drood, a fact which did not go unrecognized by awards shows. It won five Tony Awards including Best Musical.