Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde: New Adaptation of Classic Tale
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The last date listed for Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde was Saturday November 16, 2013 / 2:30pm.
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Featured review from Julio Villegas
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Good use of the space, great set and lighting, timing was a bit slow and some of the character development in a couple of actors who played Hyde was limited almost to a cartoon level; but in general a good production, the translation of the novel to the stage work beautifully. Thank you for the show.
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After easily parking near the theatre, Will-call was very convenient and the sales representative was sweet and handed us our tickets. The theatre was quaint but the overall stage production was simple yet felt very appropriate for this show. It...continued
Quotes & Highlights
“Go! … [W]ell done, and features a fine ensemble.” -LA Weekly
“never loses its grip on our emotions” -ArtsInLA.com
“Actors Co-op does it again! … Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde crosses genres mastering the macabre and mysterious in a mesmerizing manner. … Under Duprey’s inventive and imaginative direction the cast of six, most of whom play several roles, soars. … [I]nspired direction and great performances.” -Stage and Cinema
“one of the company’s most memorable” -StageSceneLA.com
“This atmospheric staging of the classic creature story deserves to be a monster hit. … This is Jekyll and Hyde unlike you’ve ever seen it before — and it works on every single level.” -ActorsEntertainment.com
“compelling . . . worth the trip!” -StageHappenings.com
Adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher
From Robert Louis Stevenson’s novella Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde
Directed by Mary Jo Duprey
Produced by Rhonda Kohl
Stephen Van Dorn
This performance uses smoke. The show is suggested for mature audiences due to intense themes.