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    Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery

    Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery

    A family-friendly comic adventure by Ken Ludwig

    July 13 – 29, 2017

    Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson must crack the mystery of “The Hound of the Baskervilles” before a family curse dooms its latest heir. Watch as our intrepid investigators untangle a dizzying web of clues and deceit. Does a wild hellhound really prowl the moors? Can our heroes discover the truth in time? Silly accents and disguises abound as 5 actors portray over 40 characters in this fast-paced comic mystery.

    Single tickets, Subscriptions, and Flex Passes are now on sale. Single ticket prices start at $42. Student/Youth and Group discounts available by calling the Box Office at (802) 867-2223 ext. 2. 

    Dates & Times Thurs. 7/13 7:30 PM (Preview)

    Fri. 7/14 7:30 PM (Opening with reception to follow)

    Sat. 7/15 7:30 PM

    Sun. 7/16 2 PM

    Wed. 7/19 2PM & 7:30 PM

    Thurs. 7/20 7:30 PM

    Fri. 7/21 7:30 PM

    Sat. 7/22 7:30 PM

    Sun. 7/23 2 PM

    Wed. 7/26 2PM & 7:30 PM

    Thurs. 7/27 7:30 PM

    Fri. 7/28 7:30 PM

    Sat. 7/29 2PM & 7:30 PM


    Ken Ludwig has had 6 shows on Broadway and 7 in London’s West End, and his plays and musicals have been performed in more than 30 countries in over 20 languages. His first play on Broadway, Lend Me A Tenor, which the Washington Post called “one of the classic comedies of the 20th century,” won two Tony Awards and was nominated for seven. He has also won two Laurence Olivier Awards, the Charles MacArthur Award, two Helen Hayes Awards, the Edgar Award for Best Mystery from The Mystery Writers of America, the SETC Distinguished Career Award, and the Edwin Forrest Award for Services to the American Theatre. His plays have been commissioned by the Royal Shakespeare Company, The Old Globe and the Bristol Old Vic. He has written 22 plays and musicals, including Crazy For You (5 years on Broadway and the West End, Tony and Olivier Award Winner for Best Musical), Moon Over Buffalo (Broadway and West End), The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (Broadway), Treasure Island (West End), Twentieth Century (Broadway), Leading Ladies, Shakespeare in Hollywood, The Game’s Afoot, The Fox on the Fairway, The Three Musketeers and The Beaux’ Stratagem. His most recent plays include Baskerville, A Comedy of Tenors, and Tiny Tim’s Christmas Carol (2015 Helen Hayes Award nominee for Outstanding Play). His newest book, How To Teach Your Children Shakespeare, (winner of the Falstaff Award for Best Shakespeare Book of 2014) is published by Random House. Over the years, his plays and musicals have starred Alec Baldwin, Carol Burnett, Lynn Redgrave, Mickey Rooney, John Astin, Hal Holbrook, Dixie Carter, Otto Schenck,Tony Shalhoub, Anne Heche, Joan Collins, and Kristin Bell. His work is published by the Yale Review, and he is a Sallie B. Goodman Fellow of the McCarter Theatre, Princeton. He holds degrees from Harvard, where he studied music with Leonard Bernstein, Haverford College and Cambridge University.

    Creative Team

    Jen Wineman (Director) is a director/choreographer based in NYC. Off-Broadway: F#%king Up Everything. New York: Fable (NYMF), The King’s Whore (Walkerspace); Estrella Cruz [The Junkyard Queen] (Ars Nova). Touring Productions: Twelfth Night, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Asolo Rep New Stages). Regional: The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity (Asolo Rep), Sweeney Todd (Playmakers Rep), Lysistrata (Connecticut Repertory Theatre); The 39 Steps, Shipwrecked (Triad Stage); The Hunchback of Seville (Washington Ensemble Theatre); Bubble Boy (American Theater Group); Aloha Say the Pretty Girls (Theatre Vertigo). Up next is a production of Into the West at Tantrum Theater. Education/Training: BA: Vassar College, MFA: Yale School of Drama.


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