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100 Star Starred
The MET Theatre
1089 N. Oxford Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90029
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Catherine McGann
53 events
12 reviews
30 stars
The neighborhood is a bit off putting, but don't let it stop you; the theater itself was a complete surprise on the insider, nicely done, and with good seats. The parking is a bit tricky, so allow a little time to find a space. We had an easy enough time finding one around the corner.
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148 events
112 reviews
27 stars
Besure to park in the $6.00 lot about 2 blocks east of the theater on Santa Monica Blvd.--new and has a guard there all evening.
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Reviews & Ratings

"Jekyll & Hyde"
60 ratings
4.5 average rating
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195 events
86 reviews
69 stars
attended Jul 07 2012

The performance and cast were fantastic (and the people at the theater were *very* kind and helpful, too, which made things all the better). In particular the three leads were phenomenal; and if, like me, you're wondering how the male lead would...continued

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18 events
14 reviews
6 stars
attended Jul 21 2012

It was a large cast, but I'm sorry to say the direction was closer to a school musical. Not very good choreography, a not well-cast Dr. Jeckyll (better at singing than acting), and many cuts & trims to the original play -- some key motivations...continued

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6 reviews
33 stars
attended Jul 21 2012

The Met Theatre is a nice space with a very friendly staff. This is the 2nd production that I have seen there and in both productions, I found the show to be too choreographed and poorly acted. Jekyll & Hyde had too many actors and the director...continued

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Description

An evocative tale of the epic battle between good and evil, Jekyll & Hyde is based on Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic story about a brilliant doctor whose experiments with human personality create a murderous counterpart. Convinced the cure for his father’s mental illness lies in the separation of Man’s evil nature from his good, Dr. Henry Jekyll unwittingly unleashes his own dark side, wreaking havoc in the streets of late 19th century London as the savage, maniacal Edward Hyde.

_* This performance contains fog, haze and adult situations. _