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Baskerville (play 2016)

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Baskerville (2016)

Baskerville is a French play performed by Mcicone and Le Théâtre du Chardon Noir companies at the Théâtre du Lavoir (Pontarlier, France) on 5, 6 and 7 february 2016.

In 1969, a few months after men walked on Moon, an ancient legend causes the death of Sir Charles Baskerville. Sherlock Holmes, somewhat anxious and phobic, but with a great sense of observation, investigates the mystery with Dr. Watson and Dr. Mortimer. He has to protect Sir Henry Baskerville, the last heir of the family... Holmes must know if the terrible legend is real or if the Baskervilles are victims of a devilish conspiracy...

The play is inspired by Arthur Conan Doyle's novel : The Hound of the Baskervilles (1901), but the action take place in 1969.



Cast

  • Unknown yet


Crew

  • Playwright : Sylvain Muller


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