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 List
Woman Joy Gerst
Robins Samuel Pollin
Doctor Watson Paul Noga
Constable Peterson David Jones
Sherlock Holmes Matt Sims
Mrs. Hudson Barbara Turner
The Countess of Mordrid Laura Cox
Betsy Anne Vandercook
Lord Calvin Cory Atwood
Crew List
Producer David Jones
Director David Dossey
Assistant Director Maria Benzie
Stage Manager Ruth Orland
Light Design Steve Deming
Light Operator Mark Shullenbarger
Sound Design Matthew Datcher
Sound Operator Matthew Datcher
Set Design David Jones
Set Construction David Jones & Mark Shullenbarger
Costume Design Maggie Skekel
Properties Newman Smith
Stage Crew Scott D’Vileskis, Chris Hawkins & Danielle Ty
Load In Crew Steve Deming, David Dossey, Chris Hawkins, David Jones & Mark Shullenbarger
Photographer Scott D’Vileskis

 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

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Adapted from the short story The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle by Arthur Conan Doyle by Virginia Cate and Duke Ernsberger. Many thanks to the cast and stage manager of the Barter Theatre where the production premiered.

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