Aquila Theatre presents the adventures of London's legendary sleuth, Sherlock Holmes, who's played by a woman in this comedic, fast-paced thriller. More…
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's vivid characters jump from the page weaving a tale of suspense and intrigue. In addition to Sherlock Holmes, many of Doyle's other characters are on hand such as the trusted sidekick Dr. Watson and Irene Adler, the woman who got away. More than a century after his debut, Sherlock Holmes remains the definitive and most famous detective in world literature. The Aquila Theatre brings its energetic physical style to this new adaptation of Doyle's popular detective series. Playing at the Queens Theatre and Brooklyn's GK ArtsCenter.
See it if Good fun, very clever, nice surprises, very well acted and very well staged.
Don't see it if you are in the mood for something serious and thought-provoking or have trouble following fast talking
See it if You've ever enjoyed Sherlock Holmes, or are just up for a fun, thoroughly entertaining, two hour mystery adventure.
Don't see it if you can't keep up with the fast-paced dialogue typical of the original Sherlock.
See it if you get free tickets. The direction, writing, and acting are uninspired; motivated by unnecessary movement and anachronistic characters.
Don't see it if you value your time. This is two hours you will never get back. I wish there was some redeeming quality to this production. There was not.
See it if You enjoy plays like 39 Steps (similar concept). Solid acting and staging - thought the actors did a good job conveying the time.
Don't see it if If you don't like shows on the long side (chairs were not comfortable and they easily could have cut 20-25 minutes from the show).
See it if If you like the classic with a twist this is for you! Great cast and writing
Don't see it if If you looking for upbeat musical this isn’t for you but give it a go for something different
See it if It is really good, the actors are amazing and haven't failed yet.
Don't see it if Some of it is a bit mind boggling at times because you might not know what's going on