Posts Tagged: Sherlock Holmes

Vertigo Theatre’s Sherlock Holmes and the Vanishing Thimble is warm and familiar

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This year’s production of Vertigo Theatre’s Sherlock Holmes and the Vanishing Thimble by R. Hamilton Wright, focuses on Edith Hudson (Kathryn Kerbes), the landlady of 221B Baker Street. And the story and production shine because of the direction and nuanced performances on stage. Vertigo Theatre is exploring the complexity of the character of Sherlock Holmes […]

Vertigo Theatre is exploring the friendship between Sherlock and Watson in new play

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Braden Griffiths and Curt McKinstry are stepping back into their roles as Sherlock Holmes and Watson for the play Sherlock Holmes and the Raven’s Curse at Vertigo Theatre. They played these characters once before in Sherlock Holmes and the American Problem, and they are thrilled to come back. “I’m absolutely excited to have the opportunity,” […]

Stage West’s production of Baskerville A Sherlock Holmes Mystery is a quirky comedy

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There is a certain draw and intrigue to Sherlock Holmes. There are many productions of the stories of the private detective for film, stage, television and even video games. Stage West is presenting Ken Ludwig’s version of Sherlock Holmes, entitled¬†Baskerville A Sherlock Holmes Mystery.¬†It’s a fun, quirky, comedic production with theatrical comedy to keep it […]