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CD Demo
Jack - the Musical
Erik Sitbon & Christopher T. George
: Erik Sitbon & Christopher T. George. 2001.
0pp. [Audio Recordings]
ISBN:

Casebook Review:

Jack - the Musical is an interesting change from the usual hard-edged Ripper musicals. Whereas others (such as Yours Truly, Jack the Ripper) tend to be more like rock-operas, this is a more classically operatic take on the story. We follow journalist Tom Dolan, who is first intrigued by the Whitechapel murders, then takes a more "proactive" role in the case.

Sample Audio: Newspaper Work (540Kb, Real Audio)