A Study in Scarlet

Performances:

May 3 – June 1, 2013
Thurs – Sat at 8, Sun at 2pm
Athenaeum Theatre Studio 2
2936 N. Southport

By Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, adapted by Paul Edwards

Paul Edwards, who has brought other novels to the stage such as The Body Snatchers and We Have Always Lived in the Castle will adapt and direct. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s first Sherlock Holmes story, published in Beeton’s Christmas Annual in 1887, introduces the “consulting detective” and his sidekick to each other, and to an adoring readership that is still very much alive today. Holmes and Watson pursue a mysterious murderer who likes to write in blood, on the wall above his victims, the word “Rache”–German for “revenge.”

Jeff-nominated for Best Adaptation and Best Costumes

Production Staff

Director/Sound Designer: Paul Edwards
Stage Manager: Alexa Berkowitz
Assistant Director/Dialect Coach: Catherine Gillespie*
Set Designer: Roger Wykes
Lighting Designer: Liz Cooper
Costume Designer: Beth Laske-Miller
Props Designer: Ross Lemmon
Fight Choreographer: David Yondorf
Production Manager: John Arthur Lewis* 

*Indicates PTE Ensemble Member

**Indicates PTE Artistic Associate

Cast

Holmes: Nick Lake
Watson: Brian Pastor
Lestrade: David Fink
Gregson: Ed Kuffert
Stanford, Ferrier, Others (Understudy – Holmes): Drew Longo
Drebber: Kevin Gladish
Stangerson (Understudy – Hope): Richard Furin
Jefferson Hope: Dave Skvarla
Rance, Brother 1, Others: Evan Johnson
Arthur, Brother 2, Others (Understudy – Watson): Jared Dennis
Wiggins, Alice, Lucy: Cathlyn Melvin
Landlady, Madame Charpentier: Elaine Carlson

*Indicates PTE Ensemble Member

**Indicates PTE Artistic Associate