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Starring Hitler as Jekyll and Hyde from 13 – 15 Oct 2016

  What if Hitler were Jekyll and Hyde? History and fiction collide in Starring Hitler as Jekyll and Hyde.



Borrowing characters and themes from literary classic – Jekyll and Hyde, the history of Jewish holocaust is retold in a new tale about Jekyll, a young painter by day, who turns into Hitler by night. Hitler terrorises the populace, subjecting them to his will. To build up his country, the non-natives are murdered and disposed of by him to preserve the blood and lineage of his countrymen. Meanwhile, Jekyll the young painter rises in stature and wealth as his alter-ego coerces the population into building galleries and museums, and commissioning artworks to pay homage to himself.

As the country enters the dark ages, a police inspector is tasked to uncover the true identity of Hitler and stop his killings.

First staged in 2014 to critical acclaim, Starring Hitler as Jekyll and Hyde is a modern parable about the rise and return of fundamentalism and fanaticism in today’s world. Featuring a stellar cast, Chong Tze Chien’s explosive play bristles with hard hitting truths and resonance.

Writer/Director: Chong Tze Chien

Lighting designer: Lim Woan Wen

Sound Artist & Music Composer: Darren Ng

Costume Designer: Anthony Tan

Performed by:

Daniel York (The Importance of Being Earnest, Wildrice)

Edith Podesta (Dark Room, Esplanade)

Lian Sutton (Lord of the Flies, Sight Lines/Blank Space Theatre)

Julius Foo (Versus, Cake Theatrical Productions)

Jo Kukathas (Romeo & Juliet, Singapore Repertory Theatre)

Joshua Lim (Off Centre, The Finger Players)


Ticket Information:

Date: 13 – 15 October 2016

Time: 8 pm

Price: $55 (Cat 1), $45 (Cat 2), $35 (Cat 3), excluding SISTIC charges


Starring Hitler as Jekyll and Hyde is presented by The Finger Players.

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About Sharon Lim (6 Articles)
Sharon is drawn to museums...from Disney to The Little Prince to ramen exhibitions, she simply enjoys staring and standing in front of exhibits; allowing her thoughts to wander occasionally. In an alternate universe, she imagines herself drawing and drumming. Meanwhile, she travels with a pen and notebook, as well as a missing DSLR.