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    Evan Placey (Consensual for the 2015 NYT REP, Girls Like That) continues her exciting work with the NYT to adapt Robert Louis Stevenson twisted tale Jekyll and Hyde. This groundbreaking female-led production explores classic gender roles through the thrilling lense of Stevenson’s dark, period piece.

    The award winning Evan Placey (Consensual for the 2015 NYT REP, Girls Like That) continues her exciting collaboration with the NYT Rep to reanimate Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic gothic text Jekyll and Hyde at the Ambassadors Theatre, 27 September 2017 to 6 December 2017.

    The archetypal tale of Dr Jekyll follows a good natured, well-respected scientist who meddles with the darker side of science to unleash her hidden 'second' nature. Through her experimentation she lets loose Hyde – a destructive, unrepentant persona that threatens her life and the ones she loves.

    This classic gothic trope of duel identities is utilized in Placey’s thrilling female-led adaptation to explore women’s roles in a fractured, evolving Victorian society.

    The production will be directed by Roy Alexander Weise (JMK 2016 Winner), who most recently directed the Young Vic’s acclaimed production on The Mountaintop.
    The National Youth Theatre is a prestigious training ground for young actors, boasting such notable alumni as Dame Helen Mirren, Daniel Craig, Sir Daniel Day-Lewis, Colin Firth, Rosamund Pike, Orlando Bloom, Sir Ben Kingsley, Timothy Dalton, Matt Smith amongst many others.

    Don’t miss your chance to catch some of Britain’s most exciting emerging talent in this exhilarating new adaptation.

    Performance dates:
    06 Dec 2017 - 06 Dec 2017
    Running time:
    90 minutes
    Ambassadors Theatre (See map)
    Age recommendation:
    Audience Notes:
    Fans of historical classic will adore this progressive adaptation which breathes new life into this compelling classic.

    Best Seats

    SeatPlan Recommends: Both the stalls and front row of the circle provide fantastic views but audiences should head directly for the central stalls to make the most of this intimate, spine-tingling tale.

    Latest Audience Reviews

    aex 11 Jan 2018
    hayleyculverhouse Top 100 reviewer 14 Oct 2017

    I’m a big fan of the National Youth Theatre as I think it’s so important to support the stars of... More

    joc78 Top 10 reviewer 28 Sep 2017

    Really hard-hitting and beautifully staged. I absolutely loved it.

    tammipointer Top 200 reviewer 07 Nov 2017
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