Sherlock Holmes and the most amazing case ever
Location: North Beach MD
All teenagers – ages 13-19
Where? at The Boys & Girls Club 9021 Dayton Avenue North Beach, MD 20714
Cold readings from the script.
The greatest treasure in England has been stolen, and Sherlock Holmes and John Watson are hired by their former arch nemesis Professor Moriarty to find it in this madcap comedy. Sherlock will have to navigate between Russian spies, government conspiracies, deadly poisons, his femme fatale girlfriend Irene Adler, and the French in order to succeed in this amazing case!
An older Youth Troupe Production.
Cast of Characters
(In Order of Appearance)
DR. JOHN WATSON
(30’s-40’s) Tired of being Sherlock’s number two.
Desperately trying to solve marriage problems with wife Mary.
Smart but not as smart as he thinks he is. Narrator.
(30’s-40’s) Arrogant and foolish with a fragile ego.
Has a history of getting credit for crimes actually solved by
others. Dating femme fatale Irene Adler in a relationship nothing
short of perilous.
(30’s-40’s) Femme fatale whose hobbies consist of
theft, murder, and seduction, not necessarily in that order.
Currently dating Sherlock Holmes but tries to poison him on every
(30’s-40’s) French waiter with immense pride for his
country and immense scorn for British pigs. Speaks with a huge
accent. Is incredibly arrogant and rude to pretty much everybody.
MRS. MARY WATSON
(30’s-40’s) Headstrong and opinionated wife of Dr.
Watson. Trying to resolve marriage issues. Friends with Irene
PROFESSOR JAMES MORIARTY
(40’s to 50’s) The Napoleon of Crime and Sherlock
Holmes’s archnemesis. However, he has recently lost respect in
the criminal underworld, and, beaten and tired, turns to Sherlock
Holmes for help.
(40’s to 50’s) Chief of Scotland Yard, also a
complete idiot. Love stricken and lonely. Easily distracted by a
pretty face or anything, really.
(40’s) Sherlock Holmes’s older and smarter brother.
Also puppetmaster of the British government. Emanates an airy
attitude and tries to be above it all. Easily frustrated by
Lestrade and Sherlock.
(20’s-30’s) Tall Russian criminal and femme fatale.
Slinky and sneaky. Much smarter than partner Viktor, and is
clearer weighed down by him. Dresses all in black. Huge Russian
(20’s-30’s) Short Russian criminal. Dumb and often
drunk. Loves brute force with a childlike glee. Dresses all in
black. Huge Russian accent.
(70’s-80s) Short elderly landlady of Sherlock Holmes
and John Watson. Very sweet and trusting, almost to a fault.
Becomes embroiled in Sherlock Holmes’s case by accident but treats it as a sort of game.
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Twin Beach Players promotes the performing arts and culture for the residents of the Twin Beach communities in Chesapeake Beach and North Beach, Maryland. TBP plans to provide the community with three theatrical productions per season.
Payment: Non Paid
City or Location of call: North Beach MD
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