Chemical Imbalance: A Jekyll and Hyde Play

Rated 4.0

This freewheeling, frequently physical farce retells this Victorian fable through a satirical lens. As in R.L. Stevenson's original, the respectable Dr. Jekyll actually enjoys becoming the brutish, violent Mr. Hyde when he swigs his mysterious elixir, releasing inhibitions. The equally split personality of English high society is likewise revealed as comically self-absorbed and bossy, and causes like women's equality and Scottish nationalism get occasional high-fives. F, Sa 8pm. Through 7/18. $12-$17.50. Kennedy Mine Amphitheatre, 1105 N. Main St. in Jackson; J.H.