Jane Eyre, the musical classic
Jane Eyre and Blanche sing "Nearly Mine."
Rochester sings "She's Who I Am."
Society men find themselves amusing.
Adele thanks Mr. Rochester for the gift of a tutu.
Jane flees Thornfield in "Tangled Road."
“And it doesn’t matter
As the second act opens, Jane finds herself ministering to the unexpected guest, one Mr. Mason, who’s been seriously wounded. Edward sends him away with a surgeon, but gives Jane no explanation of the strange events (LULLABY—REPRISE). But Jane’s mind is on other things. She has received a letter asking her to return to Mrs. Reed, who now lays dying.
Jane departs that very night, and discovers her aunt's conscious is troubled. Mrs. Reed admits that when Jane was a child, she had a living relative who wished to adopt her—but Mrs. Reed told him Jane was dead. When Jane returns to Thornfield, Mr. Rochester is waiting impatiently for her. He states he’s found her a new position; assuming he’ll soon marry Blanche, Jane in-voluntarily admits she’s angered Rochester hasn’t noticed she has a woman’s heart. But Jane is wrong. Mr. Rochester is deeply in love with Jane (YOU WERE WITH ME THEN). Fully reconciled, Edward and Jane are floating on air, and in a whirl of activity, they plan their wedding and their new life together (ALL THE WORLD’S GOLD).
evening before the wedding, Jane is awakened in
"It’s as if I had a string somewhere under my left rib, tightly and
inextricably knotted to a similar string situated in the corresponding
quarter of your frame. And if you cross over to Ireland, I’m afraid that
cord will be snapped, and then I’ve a nervous notion that I should bleed
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