London’s review published on Letterboxd:
I was really worried about watching the pro shot version of Jekyll & Hyde, because it's my favorite musical and I was a little worried that Hasselhoff didn't have the range to pull off the role. I am very happy to say that Hasselhoff was really able to take these two characters and forge them into his own unique vision.
While Hasselhoff has some strange and unique delivery in some songs I think it actually just adds to his descent to madness, and makes the songs better in certain ways. I loved the supporting cast, and both main female characters in the show were tremendously performed.
There are also some really greating sweeping and panning shots that add to the overall experience of the show by a ton. And the lighting in Confrontation is incredible, adding even more to the greatest climax song ever put on stage.