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Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

Adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher from the novella by Robert Louis Stevenson

freeFall Theatre returns to The Studio@620 with their production of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde!  This intensely psychological and stunning new adaptation of the classic thriller by one of the American theatre's most prolific and exciting playwrights captivates from its first shocking moments until the final scene. Henry Jekyll is a respected if controversial physician in Victorian London. His experiments into the multiplicity of man let loose chaos in the form of one Edward Hyde. When Hyde's pursuit of the object of his seduction, Elizabeth Jelkes comes to Jekyll's attention, the ernest doctor vows to end the experiments. However, Hyde has other plans. Who will end up servant and who master? On Stage October 22–November 7, 2010 with Preview Performance on Thursday October 21st.  Studio@620 red member tickets will be accepted for a $9 discount off of the regular adult admission price.

"Hatcher has fashioned a play that seems truer to Stevenson but hipper, sexier and more intense." -The San Francisco Chronicle

"Sex, drugs, violence.  What's not to like?  ...[A] psychological thriller that makes an old-hat horror story scary again.  ...It would be a sin to miss it." -The Arizona Republic

Parental Guidance Suggested

Preview Performance Thursday, October 21 at 7 PM, All Seats $20
Wednesday and Thursday performances at 7 PM, All seats $29
Friday and Saturday performances at 8 PM, Tickets $39/$35 students or seniors
Sunday performances at 7 PM, Tickets $35/$30 students or seniors
Student and AEA Rush tickets ($20) available 30 minutes prior to curtain at all
performances.
Studio@620 Red Member Tickets may be redeemed for a $9 discount off of regular adult admission price.
Online ticket purchases subject to applicable service charges.

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