Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, like you’ve never seen before

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, like you’ve never seen before

Tybee Post Theater stages unique re-telling of classic story
It’s possible that Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is the most recognizable tale ever told around Halloween. The story, originally published as Robert Louis Stevenson's 1886 novella Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, revolves around Dr. Henry Jekyll and his evil alter-ego, Mr. Edward Hyde.

Rocky Horror Show brings back the sexy 70s

Annual production from Bay Street Theatre hearkens to camp film classic
I SEE you shiver with antici — (SAY IT) — pation! This year, the Rocky Horror Show will celebrate another year in Savannah at the Bay Street Theatre. 

Theatre with a rough edge

Savannah’s theatre scene expands this weekend
A little rough around the edges, Unvarnished Theater Company seeks to make viewers think with their productions, the first of which is Will Eno’s 'The Realistic Joneses'

Driving Miss Daisy to Savannah Rep

Theatre company stages three-person production of classic story
The show is poignant and relevant to many of the issues that are socially and culturally important today, and it remains a beloved story three decades later

The world of ‘Pinkalicious’ comes to life

Book series-turned-musical lands at Savannah Children’s Theatre
In the musical, which originally ran off Broadway starting in 2007, Pinkalicious is warned by her parents not to eat too many pink cupcakes

The subversive, powerful legacy of ‘Dark of the Moon’

Collective Face stages legendary show to start new season
Collective Face’s production of Dark of the Moon launches their 2019-20 “Season of Impostering Identities,” and is an intense and poignant way to kick off an intriguing season

‘A Year With Frog and Toad’ hops its way to Savannah Children’s Theatre

Titular characters’ actors chat about upcoming show
The Broadway musical spinoff, A Year With Frog and Toad, continued the book’s tradition of telling stories of friendship and garnered critical acclaim

Fall Arts: Performances

On stage, on point

Jerry Seinfeld postpones Sep. 5 show due to Hurricane Dorian

Comedian's Johnny Mercer Theatre show rescheduled for Sep. 26
LEGENDARY COMEDIAN Jerry Seinfeld has rescheduled his show at the Johnny Mercer Theatre, which was originally set for Thurs., Sep. 5, due to the incoming Hurricane Dorian. The show will now take place on Sep. 26 at 7pm.

Review: Hair at Bay Street Theatre

Bay Street Theatre nails the show's late '60s ethos and sensibility in their joyous, raucous, moving, and very satisfying performance.

Good Morning, Starshine: Bay Street Theatre lets their ‘Hair’ down

The musical sparked controversy upon its release, but it would ultimately prove to be a classic
The beloved rock musical Hair wasn't just ahead of its time, it was quite controversial. Its songs encapsulated the hippie movement and sexual revolution of the 60s as well as the anti-Vietnam sentiments shared nationwide, and became a statement of revolution and revolt from the traditional conservative values of the 50s.

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