The Game’s Afoot – Thriller – Grants Pass

10/20/2017

11/05/2017

19:30 To 22:00

http://www.barnstormersgp.org

Event Description

The Game’s Afoot –
By Ken Ludwig
Directed by Keith Fuller

October 20 – Nov 5
Thursday through Saturday at 7:30; Sundays at 2pm

It is December 1936. Broadway star William Gillette, admired world-wide for his portrayal of Sherlock Holmes, has invited his cast members to his gadget filled Connecticut home for a holiday celebration. Little do they suspect that he has a hidden agenda. A séance leads to some shocking revelations that thrust Gillette into his Holmes persona as he and the others try to solve a deadly mystery. Danger, suspense, twists, and hilarity are around every corner, and audience members will be drawn into this comedy thriller where very little is as it appears to be.

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