Jekyll And Hyde To Delight Griffith Audiences
Monday, 03 May 2021While the story of Jekyll and Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson may be well known, this completely reworked stage version is not what you’d expect!
This performance at Griffith Regional Theatre on Thursday, 6 May is produced by New Zealand theatre company A Slightly Isolated Dog, who have built a reputation for shaking up well-known stories and injecting their trademark outrageous physical comedy and twisted pop songs. They try to remove the barriers between audiences and performers and revel in the silliness of their stories with fast, furious and somewhat saucy performances.
In what will be a different experience for local theatre-goers, the audience will be seated on stage close to the performers, and immersed with the show. The five charmingly ‘French’ performers will be up close and personal while they tell this hilarious, fast paced and witty tale of Jekyll and Hyde.
Acting Manager of Griffith Regional Theatre, Margaret Andreazza, said, “This performance looks like it is going to be so much fun for the audience. It is far from the traditional story of Jekyll and Hyde, and it will be something unique for the audience to experience.”
“This show has toured internationally, and has just finished performing in Melbourne as part of the Comedy Festival. We’ve heard so many good things about it and are very excited to bring such a fun performance to Griffith. This show is a feel-good night of theatre comedy, so expect plenty of laughs,” said Mrs Andreazza.
The Theatre’s 2021 Season partner Limone Dining is offering a limited number of exclusive pre-show dinner packages for Jekyll and Hyde.
This mad-cap rendition of Jekyll and Hyde plays at Griffith Regional Theatre Thursday, 6 May. Tickets can be purchased from the Box Office, by calling 6962 8444 or visiting www.griffithregionaltheatre.com.au
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