Last chance to see a production of ‘Jekyll & Hyde’ at Catawba College
Published Thursday, November 16, 2023 12:00 am
Catawba College News Service
Salisbury – Catawba College and Lee Street Theater collaborate to present fantasy thriller“Jekyll and Hyde, The Musical” Original story by Robert Louis Stevenson, book and lyrics by Leslie Bricusse, and music by Frank Wildhorn. jekyll and hyde Presented at the Lee Street Theater from 13–29 October with community members playing the lead roles.
The same production with the same stage and creative team took the show to Catawba College where jekyll and hyde Performed at Hedrick’s Little Theater on 10, 11 and 12 November.
Two more performances will be available Friday and Saturday at 7:30 pm at the Hedrick Little Theater
“It’s been an amazing learning opportunity,” said Catawba College junior Sarah Bedini. “This is the same show where the main cast was swapped out for Catawba students.”
Camden Trimmer, who plays Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, said, “We are partnering with our community actor partners throughout the process. “It’s been an intense learning process.”
Debuting at Plymouth Theater in 1997, jekyll and hyde es “(A) thought-provoking story of two men – one, a doctor, sentimental and romantic; Second, a hideous madman – and two women – one, beautiful and trustworthy; The other, beautiful, and relying only on herself – both women love the same man and both are unaware of his dark secret. A man devoted to science, Dr. Henry Jekyll is driven to discover a chemical discovery that could solve some of mankind’s most challenging medical dilemmas. Insulted by the powers that be, he subjects himself to their experimental treatments, accidentally unleashing his inner demons and becoming the man the world knows as Mister Hyde.
Bedini expressed his excitement for this collaboration between the Catawba and Lee Street Theatre. Bedini is a part of the cast of the Catawba version. jekyll and hyde, Since she attended the Lee Street rehearsals, Bedini was aware of the character and movements, which ultimately accelerated her development process.
Bedini said, “The most challenging aspect of the process was translating the music between stages and bringing everything together.” “However, the best part of the process was to skip the blocking rehearsals and work on the finished set.”
Aislinn Goodwin, sophomore at Catawba College, was in the Lee Street edition jekyll and hyde And the surrender of Catawba College continues. When comparing the two productions, they noticed a difference in maturity level. “Lee Street has volunteers who have been working at the theater longer than Catawba students; “This gives us a chance to learn from experienced actors.”
When discussing the transition to the new production, Goodwin said, “It was easier than I expected because most of the Catawba actors were in the Lee Street cast.” Goodwin had to change characters between the two productions, which required slight adjustments, and some dance routines changed, “but everything else went smoothly.”
When asked about his favorite aspect jekyll and hydeGoodwin said she enjoyed working with community members in Salisbury on this project.
“I wasn’t able to do much with Lee Street Theater during my first year, so having the opportunity to do that now is amazing,” Goodwin said.
Trimmer played Dr. Henry Jekyll and Edward Hyde, Bedini played Emma Carew, Madison Alveron played Lucy Harris, Andrew Monroe played John Utterson, Drew Weant played Sir Danvers Carew, Goodwin played Lady Beaconsfield, Tom Schachta played the Bishop of Basingstoke. Played. Hayley McCann is Lord Savage, Jesse Britt is General Lord Glossop, Ivan Moreno is Sir Archibald Proops, Zoe Logan is Nellie, Kevin Leachman is Spider/Simon Stride, Nicholas Fuqua is Poole/Mike/Albert/Priest (High Tenor), Winter Hamilton Bisset, and Maryla Roscoe, Francine Green-Thomas, Autumn Perkins, Addison Schwab, Kelly Mayo, Eva Wink, Grace Pittman and Alana Williamson form the group/chorus.
The crew includes Alanna Williamson as Dance Captain, Zach Hunter as Chief Audio Engineer, Caroline Vassell and Lindsey Hart as Assistant Audio Engineers, Teresa Green as Light Board Operator, Kenzie Cloninger and Sky Sterrett as Stage Managers , Andrew Moore and Tristan Surgeon. Running party.
Ticket prices are $15 for adults ages 18 to 55, $10 for non-Catawba students and adults aged 55+, and free for Catawba students, faculty and staff members. For tickets and additional information, visit www.catawba.edu/theatretixCall the box office at 704-637-4481 weekdays between 2-5 pm or email firstname.lastname@example.org,
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jekyll and hyde Contains lighting effects, sudden loud noises, dramatic fog/haze, scenes of violence, adult language, sexual situations, and mature content.