Mark Ryan’s brilliant reinvention of Robert Louis Stephenson’s Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.
Carl Jung introduces the audience to an inmate of Broadmoor Asylum, known only as Mr Hyde. Through a series of interviews, Jung attempts to understand the man through his analysis of the divided self. However, as the regular meetings progress, the true horror of the story unfolds as Hyde begins to gain the upper hand.
‘Mark Ryan maps out a pitch-black journey into the soul of a multiple personality ... a most challenging, dense and glorious text.’ The Scotsman (Five Star, Pick of the Day).
‘This level of writing shows off Ryan’s ability to handle powerful themes, as he paces well and builds to the searing conclusion ... a disturbing and memorable play.’ The Stage.