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Sherlock Holmes    Being a hitherto unpublished episode in the career of the great detective and showing his connection with the STRANGE CASE OF MISS FAULKNER

Broadhurst Theatre, (11/12/1974 - 1/04/1976)
First Preview: Nov 06, 1974 Total Previews: 7
Opening Date: Nov 12, 1974    
Closing Date: Jan 04, 1976 Total Performances: 471

Category: Play, Drama, Revival, Broadway
Description: A play in four acts
Setting: London. 1891.
Comments: "...They still live for all that love them well: in a romantic chamber of the heart: in a nostalgic country of the mind where it is always 1895." --Vincent Starrett ("The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes")

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization
Produced by James M. Nederlander, The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman; Bernard B. Jacobs: President), The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Adela Holzer, Eddie Kulukundis and Victor Lurie; Produced by arrangement with the Governors of the The Royal Shakespeare Theatre
Originally produced by The Royal Shakespeare Company (Trevor Nunn, Artistic Director)
Written by Arthur Conan Doyle and William Gillette; Music arranged by Michael Lankester
Directed by Frank Dunlop
Scenic Design by Carl Toms; Costume Design by Carl Toms; Lighting Design by Neil Peter Jampolis; Sound Design by Peter Fitzgerald
General Manager: Nelle Nugent; Company Manager: Susan Gustafson
Production Stage Manager: George Rondo; Stage Manager: Barbara-Mae Phillips and John Handy
Violin: Christopher Tarle; Trumpet: Dick Perry; Piano: Irving Joseph
General Press Representative: Michael Alpert Public Relations; Press Representative: Marilynn LeVine and Ellen Levene; Casting: John Handy; Advertising: Mike Mones and Blaine-Thompson; Scenery and Costumes Supervised by Mason Arvold
Philip Locke
Professor Moriarty
John Wood
Sherlock Holmes
Barbara Leigh-Hunt
Madge Larrabee
Trevor Peacock
Sidney Prince
Tim Pigott-Smith
Doctor Watson
Nicholas Selby
James Larrabee
Harry Towb
John Forman
Wendy Bailey
Arthur Blake
John Bott
Count Von Stahlburg
Joseph Charles
Sean Clark
Alan Coates
Robert Cook
John Keston
Sir Edward Leighton
Joe Marcell
"Lightfoot" McTague
Mel Martin
Alice Faulkner
Pamela Miles
Martin Milman
Alfred Bassick
Morgan Sheppard
Jim Craigin
George Spelvin
Keith Taylor
Thomas Leary
Michael Walker
Tony Award®
1975 Best Actor in Play [nominee]
John Wood
1975 Best Featured Actor in a Play [nominee]
Philip Locke
winner 1975 Best Scenic Design [winner]
Carl Toms
winner 1975 Best Lighting Design [winner]
Neil Peter Jampolis
Drama Desk Award
1975 Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play [nominee]
Philip Locke
1975 Outstanding Director of a Play [nominee]
Directed by Frank Dunlop
1975 Outstanding Costume Design [nominee]
Carl Toms
winner 1975 Outstanding Lighting Design [winner]
Neil Peter Jampolis
winner 1975 Outstanding Set Design [winner]
Scenic Design by Carl Toms