Sherlock Holmes Is Looking for Two Men

The Montgomery Playhouse is still looking for two young men for their production of Sherlock Holmes and the Christmas Goose.

The performance dates are Dec. 5th thru Dec.21st.

If interested, please contact the director, David Dossey, ddossey@verizon.net, for additional information and to arrange an audition.

About the Play
Christmas eve, 1892. A woman who has just bought her Christmas goose is accosted in the street and her goose is stolen by an unknown assailant. Thus begins the events that will involve master detective Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson in a mystery that involves animal mutilations, a stolen “cursed” diamond, the freeing of an innocent man, and the search for a man that embodies the spirit of Christmas.

Auditions – Sherlock Holmes & the Christmas Goose – Oct 6 & 7

Montgomery Playhouse is pleased to announce auditions for
Sherlock Holmes & the Christmas Goose
by Duke Ernsberger and Virginia Cole

Directed by David Dossey

October 6 & 7, 2014 at the Gaithersburg Arts Barn – 311 Kent Square Rd, Gaithersburg, MD 20878-5727

Production Dates: Dec. 5th thru Dec. 21st

Characters:
Sherlock Holmes: tall and lean, in his 30’s or 40’s
Doctor Watson: heavier than Holmes, a bit older
Mrs. Hudson: middle aged, full of energy
        May also play Man In Street
Officer Peterson: a policeman, thickly built, in his thirties
The Countess: severe but handsome, in her sixties
        May also play Charwoman 2
Robins: rat faced, thin, in his thirties
        May also play Begger (Freddie The Fleece)
Lord Calvin: in his thirties or forties, austere
Woman/Main/Women Of The Night: twenties, versatile, comic skills

Auditions will be cold readings from the script

About the Play
Christmas eve, 1892. A woman who has just bought her Christmas goose is accosted in the street and her goose is stolen by an unknown assailant. Thus begins the events that will involve master detective Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson in a mystery that involves animal mutilations, a stolen “cursed” diamond, the freeing of an innocent man, and the search for a man that embodies the spirit of Christmas.

Additional information please contact David Dossey: ddossey@verizon.net

Montgomery Playhouse is a non-profit community theater. All staff and performers are volunteers.

Maryland's oldest community theater