Saturday, December 22, 2007

A Scandal in Bohemia

Northwest Classical Theatre Company
December 12, 2007 - January 6, 2008

Posted by peanutduck

See this for Leif Norby (Holmes) and Chris Porter (Watson), and overall enjoyable cast; script adaptation of Doyle´s story is static, lacking hint of scandalous drama until final 25 minutes, awkward scene transitions aside; set is wonderfully detailed (though initially claustrophobic in Shoebox); music is lovely addition to certain moments.


Anonymous said...

I really enjoyed this show.

Sure, it was a bit claustrophobic, but aren't we expecting that at the shoebox by now?

Anonymous said...

I thoroughly enjoyed this show! I thought that it was very entertaining and I really enjoyed getting some back story on the Watson and Holmes relationship and meeting. I highly recommend this show to anyone who wants to see a very entertaining and fun show!

Anonymous said...

What did everybody think of the violin bit? I thought it brought out a part of Holmes that was rather sweet, and it really seemed like Leif Norby was playing the vioin, though it says in the program it was a recording by one of the NWCTC company members. I don't know about the rest of you, but I enjoyed that part of the show, and I'm curious to hear what other people thought.

Anonymous said...

I enjoyed Sherlock and Watson, those two really carry the show. The plot itself is flat, but the fact that you can drink a beer and watch the show really helps.