Presumed dead for three years, a hardened Sherlock Holmes resurfaces, turning his back on the people who need him most. After an ominous warning from his nemesis Professor Moriarty, 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? Seattle playwright John Longenbaugh deftly steers us through this magical holiday mystery, one clue at a time.
“I’m beyond pleased that this production features my original Sherlock, Terry Edward Moore, and that it’s being directed by Aaron Lamb. It couldn’t be in more capable hands than these gentlemen. I truly hope that you receive this play in the spirit in which it was intended—a holiday diversion with a few things to say about the possibility, and the invariable necessity, of forgiveness, both of others and of ourselves.” – John Longenbaugh
Watch the Interview!
Actors Enrique Bravo and Pat Sibley tell us why Sherlock Holmes and A Christmas Carol work so well together. Take a look!
Actors Eleise Moore, Kate Anders and Xander Layden talk research, Sherlock Holmes and what surprises are in store in this Christmas Carol/Holmesian pastiche.
Meet the Artist
The collages and weavings of Lois Beck will be on exhibit in the State Theater lobby during the run of Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Christmas Carol.
Watch the interview!
Actor Terry Edward Moore talks about playing the Great Detective for Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Christmas Carol.