David Eller returns to the turn-of-the-century stage as the world's most famous detective taking on a new case involving a beautiful actress, some missing crown jewels, blackmail and the comedic writer Oscar Wilde. Along with his trusty assistant Dr. Watson, once again played by Opera House veteran actor Brad Christie, Sherlock Holmes is on the case to stop his arch nemesis, the evil Professor Moriarty, played by Rick Dettmann.
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'This is one of the most experienced and wonderfully talented casts we have had on our stage in a long time,' says Genevie, who says that the script is one of the best of Sherlock Holmes mysteries he has come across. 'I am more excited about this play than any I have done in a long time,' he says. 'Ir's got wonderful characters; great actors; gorgeous and somewhat complex sets; fabulous costumes and what I hope will be an absolutely flawless performance.'
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Other members of the brilliant Opera House ensemble include: Sommer DuBose as Lillie Langtry, Shelley Reid as Oscar Wilde, Lisa Edwards as Mrs. Irma Tory, Shane Bradley as John Smythe, Craig Gagnon as Abdul Karim, Scott Sherard as Flynn and Tyler South as Roddick.
Performances are set for Friday and Saturday, January 27, 28 and February 3, 4, 10 and 11. There will 8pm evening shows on Friday and Saturday January 27, 28, February 3, 4 and 10 along with 3pm Saturday matiness on January 28, February 4 and 11.
Ticket prices are $20 for adults and $18 for seniors. Students tickets are $10 for students from kindergarten to college.
Reservations may be made over thetelephone with a Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover Card by calling the Abbeville Opera House Box at (864) 366-2157 Monday through Friday from 10am to 2pm. Reservations are strongly recommended for Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Jersey Lily because of the ticket demand and may be made after hours by calling the box office number and leaving a message. Reservation calls will be answered the next day.
Make your plans now, you don't want to miss the first show of 2012 at the official state theatre of South Carolina, Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Jersey Lily. The game's afoot!© Provided by The Guardian Photograph: AP
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Warning: This story contains spoilers for Enola Holmes
It is hardly believable that there’s yet another Sherlock Holmes ripoff/spinoff – the genre named by the late critic Gilbert Adair “Shlock Holmes”. But here is Sherlock’s little-known rebellious kid sister Enola, invented in 2006 by the YA author Nancy Springer. Jack Thorne has adapted the first volume in her award-winning series and the director is Harry Bradbeer.© ASSOCIATED PRESS This image released by Netflix shows Henry Cavill, from left, Millie Bobby Brown and Sam Claflin in a scene from 'Enola Holmes.' (Alex Bailey/Netflix via AP)
Millie Bobby Brown (from TV’s Stranger Things) plays the imaginative, brilliant, quirky young Enola. She has grown up alone in the country with her enigmatic widowed mother, Eudoria (Helena Bonham Carter), who has homeschooled her in science, literature and martial arts – this is after Enola’s terribly grand older brothers, Sherlock (Henry Cavill) and Mycroft (Sam Claflin), have left home. But Eudoria herself disappears, leaving gnomic clues for Enola as to why, and then grumpy Mycroft insists on putting Enola in a stuffy boarding school run by Dickensian headmistress Miss Harrison (Fiona Shaw). So Enola has to escape, solve the mystery of her missing mum and also come to CGI Victorian London, thwarting a reactionary conspiracy to kidnap a handsome young aristocrat (Louis Partridge) who has a crush on Enola.
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It all rattles along amiably enough. Enola Holmes is the kind of all-star production that might once have been made by the BBC and graced the front cover of the Christmas Radio Times. Brown has a nice, easygoing way with the material, cheekily outpacing her famous brother Sherlock here and there and often doing fourth-wall breaks to smirk at the audience, and I loved Miss Harrison’s steampunky motor car. But there should have been more specifically ingenious deducting and solving from Enola – codebreaking isn’t the same thing. So … is Moriarty’s super-evil kid sister on the way?