Victorian London, 1888. Dr. Henry Jekyll is a brilliant scientist, frustrated by his dull respectable life. He creates a formula to unleash his inner bestial nature, transforming him into the brutish and impulsive Edward Hyde. Hyde lives the high life, while Jekyll’s middle-aged normalcy continues — until Hyde’s passions begin to turn up a body count.
Adapted from Robert Louis Stevenson’s famous novel by Noah Smith, the play has been directed by Tracy Labrosse.
Production dates are November 11-13, November 18-20 and November 25-26, 2021 (Thursday-Saturday) @ 8 pm with Sunday, November 21 and Saturday, November 27 matinées @ 2 pm in the Deep Cove Shaw Theatre, 4360 Gallant Avenue, North Vancouver.
Tickets: $22/$20 (seniors/students) from deepcovestage.com or call 604-929-3200.
Proof of vaccination required for all patrons 12 and older, per provincial health regulations.
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