About the Show
Second Street Players  /  Riverfront Theater  /  2 South Walnut St.  /  Milford, DE 19963  /  (302) 422-0220  /  info@secondstreetplayers.com
SSP presents a Summer Comic Farce...
Doctor Jeckyll, No Place to Hyde
written by Pat Cook
directed by Robin Twilley

Fridays JULY 11 & 18 at 8:00p
Saturdays JULY 12 & 19 at 8:00p
Sundays JULY 13 & 20 at 3:00p

The Riverfront Theater
2 South Walnut Street
in downtown Milford, Delaware

No one could be more meek than poor Henry Jeckyll, scampering to and fro to the whims of both his fiance 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?

The potion not only makes Jeckyll more aggressive, but allows him to grow a lot more hair. 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 fiancee, 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!

Henry Jeckyll...Brandon Twilley
Chives...Jerry Birl
Prunella Pepperdill...Aubrey Edwards
Madam Jeckyll ...Sharon Buchanan
Ethyl Jeckyll...Julie Finley
Sir Hyde...David W. Hall
Andre LaPlume...John Moller
Mimi LaPlume...Debra Passwaters
Carla LaPlume...Loretta Natoli
Officer Crackle...Guy Crawford


Director...Robin Twilley
Assistant Director...Steve Twilley
Stage Manager...Kristen Boehmer
Producer...Tracy Dissinger

Cast and Crew of SSP's Doctor Jeckyll, No Place to Hyde July 18, 2014. Standing (l to r): Aubrey Edwards,
Sharon Buchanan, Guy Crawford, Brandon Twilley, Jerry Birl, Julie Finley, David W. Hall, Loretta Natoli,, John Moller,
Debra Passwaters. Seated (l to r): Sydney Gross (tech), Robin Twilley (director), Kristen Boehmer (stage manager).
Doctor Jeckyll,
No Place to Hyde
by Pat Cook