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The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde
by Robert Lewis Stevenson
Adapted by Alisa Stewart
JANUARY 17 - FEBRUARY 16, 2020
Beaverton Masonic Lodge
4790 SW Watson Avenue
"...an exhilarating experience!"
- Dennis Sparks Reviews
"This is FANTASTIC."
- Jesse B., Hillsboro
"I've never experienced a play like this before.... we're actually going to see it again!"
- Mark D., Portland
ETP's newest adaptation of a classic novella immerses audiences into a world of gold miners, cowboys, and the main street of an uncontrolled wild west. Explore Dr. Jekyll's laboratory, the Lanyon General Store, Millie's Saloon, and the assayer's office as you experience a story of deception, love, hope, tragedy, and catharsis a mere inches away from where you stand.
This unique adaptation of Robert Lewis Stevenson's classic tale was part of Portland's 2020 Fertile Ground Festival.
Welcome to Brannock, MT
It's 1864. Thousands of hopeful people are swarming west, some looking for fortune and glory in the form of gold, others for fantastic opportunities in a whole new world. A manifest destiny is sought by all, but it comes with a deadly price. Death comes easily to those who are unprepared for the challenges that await, and even those who thought they were prepared.
Such is the world of Dr. Jekyll and his companions, Jane Utterson, Hastie Lanyon, his daughter Cecily, the Reverend Danvers Carew, and Millie Enfield. Having traveled long and far hoping to find success in a booming mining town, tragedy finds them first. And when a mysterious stranger shows up in town, more darkness is revealed.
This show was recommended for ages 16 and older due to mild profanity and brief nudity. A promenade performance in some respects, but chairs were available (no reserved seating).
Dr. Henry Jekyll
Mr. Edward Hyde
Reverend Danvers Carew
Jolly the Bartender
Mrs. Chadwick/Mrs. Roberts
Mr. Poole/Mr. Bradshaw
Sam the Piano Man
Jeffrey Michael Kaufman
Design & Stage Team
Adaptor and Director - Alisa Stewart
Set Design - Alex Meyer
Prop Design & Set Dresser - Nicole D'Amico
Costume Designer - Allison Johnson
Lighting Design - TS McCormick
Sound Design - Alisa Stewart
Original Music by Alisa Stewart
Video - Jeremy Gardels, Alisa Stewart
and Ryan Pfeiffer
Stage Manager - Topher Rohrer
Assistant SM - Adrianna Denslinger