Through October 23
Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 3 p.m.
The Edge Off-Broadway Theater
1133 W Catalpa Ave.
Brandi Jiminez Lee*, (Dr. Henri Jekyll); Jack Sharkey+, (Mr. Edward Hyde); Joel Thompson+, (Dr. Hastie Lanyon); Shane Richlen+, (Gabriel
John Utterson); Timothy Griffin+, (Sir Danvers Carew/Poole); Ian Saderholm+, (Enfield); Hanna Beth Mitchell*, (Maid); Whitney Ann Bates*, (understudy/Jekyll and maid); Chris Sylvie+, (understudy/Lanyon); Troy Schaeflein+, (understudy/Enfield/Hyde); and Ross Compton+, (understudy/Sir Danvers Carew/Poole).
Michael Dalberg+/~, (playwright); Morgan Manasa*, (director); Libby Beyreis*/~, (fight choreographer); Samantha Kaufman*, (intimacy
designer); Courtney Abbott* (assistant intimacy designer); Laura Wiley*/~, (lighting & projection designer); Kati Lechner*/~, (covid compliance officer); L.J. Luthringer+, (music & sound designer); Jessie Gowens*, (costume designer); Tristan Brandon+/~, (properties designer/literary manager/dramaturg); Stina Taylor* (scenic designer); Carrie Hardin*, (speech and dialect coach); Elizabeth MacDougald*/~, (dramaturg); Becky Warner*/~, (stage manager); Beth Bruins* (assistant stage manager) Shellie DiSalvo*/^/~, (production manager); Evan Jackson*/~ (artistic director); Mara Kovacevic* (treasurer/box office manager) and GinaMarie Hoskins* (marketing).
A spokesperson describes the event as follows:
"...Notions of class, gender, intimacy and violence collide in this new adaptation of The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, inspired by the original novella of the same name by Robert Louis Stevenson. Dr. Henri Jekyll (Brandi Jiminez Lee*) struggles to endure in Victorian England, the cards are heavily stacked against her: with her father gone and professional prospects sabotaged..."