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Šerloks Holms (play 1979-1982)

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Šerloks Holms (Sherlock Holmes) is a Latvian Soviet play, written by John Peters and directed by Karl Auškāps, performed at the Dailes Theatre (Riga, Latvia) from 1979 to 1982, starring Valentīns Skulme as Sherlock Holmes and G. Placēnu as Dr. Watson.

The play is an adaptation of the Arthur Conan Doyle's short story: The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle (1892).



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Cast


Crew

  • Director : Karl Auškāps
  • Playwright : John Peters
  • Set Designer : Juris Dimiters
  • Costume Designer : Baiba Puzina
  • Choreographer : J. Pankrate
  • Music : Raimonds Pauls







  • Acknowledgement : Alexander Orlov.

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