Becca & Heidi in New York

Becca & Heidi, a comic inversion of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde, in which a woman wonders if having an alter ego can have its benefits, is having its New York premiere, featuring Lindsay Anderson, who created the role in San Francisco. Directed by Blake Lawrence, presented by Collective P.A.S.T. at chashama (217 E 42nd St, ny,ny) August 12-22, 2007, Sundays through Wednedays, 8 pm. Tickets available online at:

Becca & Heidi was originally produced by The Shee Theatre Company at The Exit Theatre, San Francisco, July 2004, directed by Virginia Reed.   It was also produced by The Alleyway Theater/ Pandora’s Box, Buffalo, NY.

Critics said:

“A witty, modern-day take on the Jekyll-and-Hyde theme.”
(Anna Mantzaris, SF Gate)

“A delightful twist on the Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde tale, but instead of a battle of good and evil, Becca finds herself in a much more captivating battle with her twin.  It is an astonishing work of imagination.” (Pat Craig, Contra Costa Times)

“What Eberhadt has done is effectively molded a woman whose mental state of disarray can be read as a metaphor for everyone’s occasional bouts with delirium.  We have been there; that’s why Becca’s temporary insanity is so funny, so real.”
(Ben Siegel, Buffalo News)