PAC to offer comic twist on Jeckyll and Hyde


THE PLYMOUTH ARTS CENTER Theatre Company will present the comedy “Dr. Jeckyll, No Place to Hyde” the last two weekends of October. — Submitted photo THE PLYMOUTH ARTS CENTER Theatre Company will present the comedy “Dr. Jeckyll, No Place to Hyde” the last two weekends of October. — Submitted photo The Plymouth Arts Center Theatre Company will be presenting Dr. Jeckyll, No Place to Hyde, Friday Saturday, Oct. 21-22 and Oct. 28-29 at 7:30 p.m. with a 2:30 p.m. matinee on Sunday, Oct. 30.

The play, written by Pat Cook and directed by Kerrylynn Kraemer, is a hilarious farce based on the original story. Tickets are $12 plus tax in advance or $14 plus tax at the door. Tickets may be ordered by calling 920-892-8409, Mastercard and Visa accepted, or by visiting www.plymoutharts.org for convenient online purchases.

About the show: No one could be more meek than poor Henry Jeckyll, scampering to and fro to the whims of both his fiancé and his mother. So when he invents a potion to make weak men brave (well, it started out curing seasickness), what better subject to use it on than himself? After only one treatment he soon finds himself dodging the police and explaining just how that horse got in his surgery. Throw in a wise-cracking servant, a whining fiance, an overbearing mother and a man-hungry sister and suddenly his well-ordered life becomes one long alibi. On top of all this, he soon finds himself turning into the crazed Sir Hyde even without drinking the potion!

You won’t want to miss the non-stop fun of Doctor Jekyll, No Place to Hyde. Please note that Dr. Jeckyll, No Place to Hyde is recommended for audience members 13 years or older.

About the Playwright: Pat Cook got his first taste of seeing his work in print while still in high school in Frankston, Texas, writing for the school paper. Then, during the summers, he wrote a column for his hometown newspaper. It wasn’t until college, however, when he saw the movie version of Neil Simon’s “The Odd Couple” that he decided to try his hand at writing plays. His first one-act, “The Boys in the Halls,” a play about dorm life, was produced at Lon Morris Junior College in 1968. Since then, he has had more than a hundred plays published by seven publishers.

The cast of Dr. Jeckyll, No Place to Hyde features: Bob Deyo, Dan Mahlendorf, Randy Stache, Renee Wachuta, Kerrylynn Kraemer, Tehya Wachuta, Toddianna Kraemer, Samantha Lin James, Jim Wilson, and Marielle Peitsch. Bill Johnston is the technical director and Bonnie Jaeger is the lightboard engineer.


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