The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr. Hyde
October 29 - 31, 2021
Directed by Jonathan Pratt
Starring Roy Von Rains, Jr. and Lanny Horn
“Man is not truly one, but two.” With these words, Dr. Henry Jekyll embarks on a dark experiment: to separate his good side from his evil side. Jekyll is partly successful: Edward Hyde emerges from these experiments to terrify Victorian London. As Jekyll grows weaker, Hyde grows stronger, leaving Jekyll’s friends to try and discover what is wrong with their comrade. As the lies grow, the situation grows dire when a member of parliament is murdered in broad daylight. The questions remains: Are we truly responsible for our dark side?
Based on the book by Robert Louis Stevenson and adapted by Jonathan Pratt.
In this adaptation of the classic horror novella, the tragic tale of Jekyll and Hyde comes to life in this modern audio drama with a cinematic score and sound design, including live sound effects; gorgeous costumes; and stunning projection design. This is a Halloween special no one will want to miss!
As a special Halloween treat, Camelot and Jefferson Public Radio (JPR) will broadcast this Audio Drama at 8:00pm on October 31st. Come and see the performance live, or enjoy the broadcast at home. A Spook-tacular way to spend Halloween.
- Halloween Matinee Performance; Sunday, October 31, 2021 @ 2:00pm, All Seats $20.
- Halloween Radio Broadcast; Jefferson Public Radio (JPR). Sunday, October 31, 2021 @ 8:00pm. FREE
CAMELOT 2021 PRODUCTIONS
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