Here we have Circle Players’ second show of its first season performing at Donelson’s Larry Keeton Theatre: It’s a rarely produced but award-winning Broadway musical based on Robert Louis Stevenson’s novella “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.” The musical’s history, like the story itself, is one of extremes and split personality, of multiple mountings and reincarnations, and finally a New York run from 1997 to 2001 that never quite turned a profit (though the show subsequently toured the U.S., the UK and Canada). Book and lyrics are by Leslie Bricusse (Stop the World — I Want to Get Off, “The Candy Man,” “What Kind of Fool Am I,” etc.) and music is by Frank Wildhorn. Veteran Tim Larson directs and choreographs, and the large cast of nearly 30 is led by Randal Cooper in the schizophrenic leading role. Eddie Charlton is the musical director. The rating is PG-13 for language, violence and adult content.