Transformations: Beverly Emmons experiments with lighting on Jekyll & Hyde: The Musical

When Robert Louis Stevenson wrote The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde in 1886, he didn't just unleash another criminal mastermind on an unsuspecting London; he created a shocking new archetype of good and evil struggling for dominance in one man. A century later, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde still haunt our collective unconscious. The names have passed into the language--"Jekyll and Hyde" are proverbial shorthand for Manichean duality--while adaptations have run riot. There were

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