About This Performance
Paramount's Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, directed by John S. Robertson and produced by Famous Players-Lasky, was the first of three film treatments of Robert Louis Stevenson's famous novella produced in 1920. It starred John Barrymore as the fatally split personalities, and featured Martha Mansfield and Nita Naldi as their love interests, roles based on a stage treatment, not the original story.
Come for: It's "Horror in the Hall" as the silent classic is accompanied live by Clark Wilson on the Hall's monster organ.
And more: Sonic thrills and visual chills!
Costumes: Costumes will be permitted this evening, however for safety reasons, realistic looking weapons or masks that cover the face or limit the guest's vision will not be allowed. Costumes that obstruct the view or seats of other guests will also not be allowed. Full face paint is discouraged.
Programs, artists, dates, prices and availability subject to change.