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Sherlock Holmes: The Loss at Whitechapel

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Sherlock Holmes: The Loss at Whitechapel (2017)

Sherlock Holmes: The Loss at Whitechapel is an American dancing-play written by Cat Yudain, directed by Mary A. Stiegelbauer, performed by Dramastic Dance Works and Rawhide Theatre Company at The North Street Playhouse (Onancock, VA, USA) on 18 and 19 august 2017, starring Jim Ringel as Sherlock Holmes and Will X. Stanley as Dr. Watson.

In the show the two companies combine quick-witted dialogue of Holmes and Watson and a contemporary choreography to divulge clues and lead the duo to the truth.



Photos

From left to right :
Standing: Grace Young, Michael Dillon Warren, Jim Ringel, Will X. Stanley, ?, Josh Escalante.
Sitting: ?, Ashley Aigner Antunes, Mary Stiegelbauer, Tara Britton Wilkins, Cat Yudain, ?.


Cast

  • Sherlock Holmes : Jim Ringel
  • Dr. Watson : Will X. Stanley
  • Other actors : Tara Britton Wilkins, Cat Yudain, Michael Dillon Warren, Ashley Aigner Antunes, Andrea Nealon Misener, Grace Young, Annie Schreiber.


Crew






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