Two Great Reviews for Sherlock Holmes and the Christmas Goose

Just in from the MD Theatre Guide:
“True to fashion, The Montgomery Playhouse Production of Sherlock Holmes and the Christmas Goose delivered a well-executed performance enjoyed by audience members of all ages.” — Shannon Stiffler, MD Theatre Guide
http://www.mdtheatreguide.com/2014/12/theatre-review-sherlock-holmes-and-the-christmas-goose-presented-by-montgomery-playhouse-at-gaithersburg-arts-barn/

DC Metro Theater Arts gives it five stars!
“Sherlock Holmes and the Christmas Goose provides wholesome, family-friendly entertainment (recommended for ages 10 and older), and audience members of all ages may learn a thing or two about the true meaning of Christmas. You won’t want to miss a moment of this enjoyable holiday treat, so order your tickets today!” — Paul Bessel and Barbara Braswell, DCMetroTheaterArts
http://dcmetrotheaterarts.com/2014/12/07/sherlock-holmes-christmas-goose-the-montgomery-playhouse/

NOW THROUGH DEC. 21 – SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE CHRISTMAS GOOSE

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Montgomery Playhouse in partnership with Arts on the Green presents The Maryland Premiere of:

 Sherlock Holmes and the

Christmas Goose

 by Duke Ernsberger and Virginia Cole

Based on a short story by Arthur Conan Doyle

Directed by David Dossey

 The world-famous sleuth Sherlock Holmes and his sidekick Doctor Watson are at it again in a holiday caper mystery fit for the whole family! 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.

CAST:

Matt Sims – Sherlock Holmes

Watson – Paul Noga

With: Cory Atwood, Laura Cox, Joy Gerst, David Jones, Barbara Turner, Samuel Pollin, Anne Vandercook

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

Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 pm, Sundays at 2:00 pm

 Gaithersburg Arts Barn

311 Kent Square Raod

Gaithersburg, MD

 Admission: $20

$12 FOR CHILDREN 14 AND UNDER

For reservations call: 301-258-6394

Click For Tickets

Arts on the Green is partnering with Manna Food Center to be a collection point for non-perishable food items through the end of SHERLOCK HOLMES. Folks contributing to the food drive will receive a free raffle ticket for each item donated that will be put into a drawing for a pair of tickets to a future theatre program production.

Touch – Now through Nov. 23

In partnership with Montgomery Playhouse, Arts on the Green presents Touch, a moving drama by Toni Press-Coffman that explores the miracle and fragility of human connection.

The show runs November 7 through 23, 2014, with performances on Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. at the Arts Barn, 311 Kent Square Road.

Admission is $20.

For Tickets, Call 301-258-6394
or CLICK HERE

This show contains mature themes and language and is appropriate for those 17 and older.

The Friday, November 14 performance will be sign interpreted.

Kyle is a quiet, introverted young astronomer when he meets the vibrant, outgoing and openhearted Zoe. They fall in love and marry and then the unthinkable happens, turning Kyle’s enviable happiness upside down. Tracing his journey through terrifying unanswered questions and memories of deep love, Touch is about a man in despair questioning whether there is any point to rediscovering passion, risking connection, and groping toward the touch that will rekindle joy.

Here are three previews:

DC Metro Theater Arts

The Town Courier (See page 8)

The Gaithersburg Gazette

 

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