BY ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON. ADAPTED BY NOAH SMITH
DIRECTED BY PAUL SZTELMA
Victorian London, 1888.
Dr Henry Jekyll, a brilliant and respected scientist, shy and unassuming, is content with his reputation as a moral, upright citizen. Or so it would seem.
Frustrated by his dull normalcy and intrigued by the notion of the “dual nature of man”, Jekyll secretly creates a formula to unleash his hidden bestial nature. And Edward Hyde is born.
The brutish, magnetic Hyde indulges in drink and debauchery while Jekyll’s life of propriety continues – until Hyde’s passions begin to turn up a body count.
You may know the story but you’ve never experienced it like this. Noah Smith’s intimate adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic blends science fiction, drama and horror to create a unique, spine-chilling night of theatre.
JAN 31 – FEB 22
PRODUCED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT WITH ORiGiNTM THEATRICAL ON BEHALF OF PLAYSCRIPTS, INC