Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Christmas Carol: The Game Is Afoot!
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Fantastic production - from the sets, costumes, script, tech and acting - the entire production was top notch! A beautifully woven and textured experience of both Holmes and the Carole. Sir Arthur and Dickens would both be so very pleased.
Out of consideration for all patrons, children under age 5 are not permitted inside the theater.
Written by John Longenbaugh
Directed by Scott Nolte
These then are the facts: The year, 1894. The date, Christmas Eve. The location, 221B Baker Street.
After being presumed dead for three years, a hardened Sherlock Holmes resurfaces, turning his back on the people who need him most. Three unexpected callers arrive on Christmas Eve uncovering clues from the detective’s past, present and future. Can they save Holmes and his world from a dire end? They must “do it all in one night” to accomplish the task. A mystery full of Christmas spirits your whole family will enjoy.