September 25, 2022

Jekyll & Hyde – The gothic musical thriller comes to the Prospect Playhouse

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JH-LogoWinner of 4 Tony awards – Theatre World award – 3 Drama Desk awards – 6 Outer Critic awards and more…

Jekyll is a kind hearted doctor who has become obsessed with the idea of separating the bad parts of mankind from the good. We meet Lisa, Jekyll’s determined fiancé, who loves him with all her heart, through the good and the bad. Hyde is born out of Jekyll’s experiment. He is Jekyll’s bad side; he is the dark to Jekyll’s light. Hyde quickly becomes obsessed with Lucy, a Prostitute, who after one meeting falls in love with Jekyll. She settles for Hyde thinking that he is all she deserves. The show brings us on the journey of Jekyll’s obsession showing us the road to hell is indeed paved with good intentions.


Teri Quappe


Sheree Ebanks

Musical Direction

Chuck and Barrie

Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays

Sept 18th to Oct 11th 2014

Curtain – 7:30 pm prompt…

All CDS event bookings must be prepaid.

Call Box Office on 938-1998 (Workdays 9am -5pm) or email [email protected]

Tickets: Adults $25 Students $15


Jekyll/Hyde                Dominic Wheaton

Lisa Carew                 Sophie Gough

Lucy Harris                Teri Quappe

John Utterson            David Verhoeven

Danvers Carew          Adam Roberts

Simon Stride              Adam Cockerill

Herbert Savage         Nate Nelson

General Glossop         Rick Glass

Bishop of Basingstoke           Neil Hamaty

Lady Beaconsfield     Barrie Quappe

Annabelle Proops/Prostitute           Vijay Singhera

Nellie                          Jacoline Frank

Poole                           Tamarra Davis



Lady, Street                Nicola Galvin

Butler, Street                         Tamarra Davis

Lady, Prostitute, Street         Morgan Sweeney

Servant, Street                       Milena Conolly

Lady, Prostitute, Street         Lisa Bowyer

Servant, News Boy                Maddy Bowyer

Servant, News Boy                Eden Bowyer

Lord, Patron, Street               Adam Stoner

Lord, Blind Beggar                Wil Roberts


The good die young but not always. The wicked prevail but not consistently. I am confused by life, and I feel safe within the confines of the theatre. (Helen Hayes)


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