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Baskerville (play 2018)

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Baskerville (2018)
Baskerville (2018)

Baskerville is a German play, written by Ken Ludwig and directed by Alexander Flache, performed by the Landestheater at the Detmold courtyard of the castle (Detmold, Germany) from 2 to 24 june 2018 (6 performances), starring Hubertus Brandt as Sherlock Holmes and Lukas Schrenk as Dr. Watson. 150 minutes (with intermission).

The 40 other characters are played by the 3 other actors.

This is a comical adaptation of the Arthur Conan Doyle's novel: The Hound of the Baskervilles (1901).



Photos

© Photos : Landestheater Detmold / Klaus Lefebvre.


Cast


Crew

  • Director : Alexander Flache
  • Playwright : Ken Ludwig
  • Stage/Costumes : Petra Mollérus
  • Dramaturgy : Marie Johannsen
  • Assistant director : Katalin Naszály
  • Prompter : Pia Leineweber
  • Technical Director : Kay Viering
  • Lighting : Udo Groll
  • Sound : Nikolay Schröder
  • Mask : Kerstin Steinke





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