- A Method Actor's Guide to Jekyll and Hyde
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- A Method Actor’s Guide to Jekyll and Hyde – Kevin MacNeil
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Thematically, it spirals ever more tightly around the question of identity, spinning a whirlpool that delves into matters of human consciousness and love, with a central relationship that fragments and then coheres: a literal matter of life and death, of touch and go, as the tale proceeds.
And, if duality of identity adheres to it, as it did to Stevenson's classic, then a duality of a different kind - both of structure and of mirroring, presenting the different sides of a single story - is at its heart. It is a duality that conceals a shrewd duplicity, one that is cleverly achieved despite its risk of falling apart.
For at first we are lured inside a narrative which is not what it appears. Its forceful narrator is Robert Lewis! The setting is Edinburgh, a moonlight-seducing cityscape through which our hero travels to rehearsals on his bike - which is the unlikely love of his life, until the appearance of fellow actor Juliette, who steals his heart the moment they meet.
Succumbing to ardour, he rushes the courtship, and then, without warning, takes a tumble - it is the bike and not the love affair that flies, hitting thick traffic.
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Robert is in, then out, of hospital, convalescing before returning to rehearsals, where Mr Woolfe, another actor of devilish, surreptitious charms, has been cast to usurp him. Rancour and jealousy inevitably follow, as Lewis and Woolfe become locked in an enmity which intensifies once Juliette breaks with Robert, and leans towards Woolfe, whose prospects career-wise seem stratospheric. Juliette's nature, viewed through the prism of Robert's perhaps paranoid perception, looks subtly altered.
His fellow luvvies adopt a new terseness; Lewis himself seems on shifting ground, entering states of altered consciousness, sudden shifts that might be dreams or something other. Recalling Picasso, Robert wonders if "dreams are like art … lies that tell a greater truth".