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Sherlock Holmes (play 1990 with Christopher Lloyd)

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Sherlock Holmes is an American play, directed and adapted by Tim Fort from the William Gillette's play, performed at the Weston Playhouse (Weston, VT, US) from 28 june to 8 july 1990 (13 performances), starring Christopher Lloyd as Sherlock Holmes and Clark Gesner as Dr. Watson.

In this play, Christopher Lloyd (Holmes) played with his brother Sam Lloyd (Moriarty), his sister-in-law Barbara Lloyd (Madge Larrabee) and his nephew Samuel Lloyd Jr. (John Forman).



Photos

© Photos : Weston Playhouse.


Cast


Crew

  • Director : Tim Fort
  • Playwright : Tim Fort
  • Scenic Design : Jim Thurston
  • Costume Design : Erin Quigley
  • Lighting Design : Todd Williams
  • Stage Management : Donna Bost





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