4:30pm Matt Quinn on Best of Fringe at Theatre Asylum
Monday, July 2nd
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6:30pm Doma Theatre‘s team for Jekyll & Hyde at Met
Caught between good and evil, one man must ultimately face the darkness that lurks within him. DOMA Theatre Company unleashes the third offering in an ambitious season of musicals Jekyll & Hyde, the Musical. In this Tony Award-nominated musical adaptation of Robert Louis Stevensons classic tale, a well-meaning Dr. Henry Jekyll desperately seeks a cure for the evil in the world but is instead pitted in a cruel battle against Edward Hyde, his own evil alter ego.
Attracting legions of fans prior to the shows 1997 Broadway opening, the musical became an overnight sensation, running for four years with its sexy, gothic score that produced two blockbuster show tunes: This is the Moment and Someone Like You. The pop-rock extravaganza was nominated for four Tony awards and developed an unprecedented international cult following of passionately-devoted fans dubbed Jekkies.
Jekyll & Hyde, the Musical opens on Friday, July 6 and runs through July 29. Tickets are $30-$34.99. DOMA Theatre Co. @ The MET Theatre is located at 1089 N. Oxford Ave. Los Angeles CA 90029; $30-$34.99; 323-802-4990; www.domatheatre.com
Monday, July 2nd
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