Already closed | 2h 15m | Brooklyn

The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

From 20 member  reviews
Members say: Great acting, Clever, Funny, Intelligent, Entertaining

About the show

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.

2h 15m | Already closed | GK Arts Center (Brooklyn)

Member Reviews (20)

MEMBERS SAY:

Great acting, Clever, Funny, Intelligent, Entertaining

56
Absorbing, Entertaining, Great acting, Cliched

See it if This is not a family show!

Don't see it if If you like mystery then this is a good show!

53
Great acting, Great staging, Intense, Slow, Thought-provoking

See it if Your a nerd

Don't see it if Your not a nerd


April 11th, 2016
"Director Desiree Sanchez has expertly adapted three adventures for the stage...I was totally enthralled...This is a powerful repertory theatre company that slithers in and out of roles, shedding characterization with skill and speed...Sanchez has masterfully crafted yet another piece of theatric...
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March 27th, 2016
for a previous production "Jackie Schram portrays Holmes with originality. There is terrific energy in the production moving the play at a rapid pace and much of that is driven by Schram...Director Sanchez is wildly inventive, and the production choices made were carried out beautifully...This version offers a wonderful r...
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October 11th, 2015
for a previous production "Aquila mounts a slick, fast-paced, and highly entertaining rendition of that old sleuth from Baker Street and proves once again that gender norms, when they are overturned on stage, make for some refreshing performance. The genius behind Sanchez’s production is that it is simultaneously old and ...
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