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Daniel Collins (Dr Jekyll) and Rachel Muldoon (Dahlia). (Photo: Manuel Harlan)

Olivier Award winner Drew McOnie’s Jekyll And Hyde to be streamed online by The Old Vic

Hira Desai

By Hira Desai First Published 15 July 2020, Last Updated 15 July 2020

Oliver Award winner Drew McOnie’s Jekyll And Hyde will be available to watch for free on The Old Vic’s YouTube channel from 7am on Wednesday 5 August.

Drew McOnie, winner of the Olivier Award for Best Theatre Choreographer for In The Heights (Photo: Pamela Raith)Drew McOnie, winner of the Olivier Award for Best Theatre Choreographer for In The Heights, 2016 (Photo: Pamela Raith)

Inspired by Robert Louis Stevensons The Strange Case Of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, Drew McConie – one of the UK’s most innovative theatre choreographers – reimagines the sinister drama into an exciting physical new dance production with music by Grant Olding.

The production features original cast members including: Daniel Collins as Dr Jekyll, Tim Hodges as Mr Hyde and Rachel Muldoon as Dahlia alongside Ashley Andrews, Joao Carolino, Carrie Taylor Johnson, Anabel Kutay, Ebony Molina, Freya Rowley, Alexzandra Sarmiento, Barnaby Thompson and Jason Winter.

Daniel Collins (Dr Jekyll) and the cast. (Photo: Manuel Harlan)

You can also catch a selection of full-length Old Vic archive recordings of selected productions since Matthew Warchus became Artistic Director in 2015 will be hosted for free on The Old Vic’s YouTube channel. This will give audiences the chance to revisit loved collector’s item productions, or experience for the first time.

Jekyll And Hyde will go live at 7pm on Wednesday 5 August and will be available to watch until 7pm Wednesday 12 August here. And if you’d like to find out what other virtual theatre treats are coming up, check out our online calendar here.


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