An elementary deduction: Classic meets comedy | Arts & Appetite
Last updated 9/21/2017 at Noon
From my teenage years to today, I have always loved all things Sherlock Holmes. In the Driftwood Players’ most recent production, it takes the iconic character and applies just the right measure of “Young Frankenstein” to it, creating an amusing, engaging portrayal of one of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's most famous stories.
“Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery,” written by two-time Olivier award-winner Ken Ludwig (“Moon Over Buffalo,” “Crazy For You”) is intended to challenge the creative process of its directors, designers and cast.
As Ludwig put it: “It's a ve...