November 30, 2021

A Classic Thrill in Glen Arbor, My Dear Watson

Sherlock Holmes Reader’s Theater
By Lynda Wheatley | Oct. 23, 2021

The third but best-known Sherlock Holmes novel, 1901’s "The Hound of the Baskervilles," is a haunting tale of mystery and murder on the moors surrounding Baskerville Hall. At 7:30pm Oct 28­­–30, the howl of the hound — or supernatural beast? — will sound along the west coast of Leelanau as the Glen Arbor Players take on an adapted retelling of the Gothic-style tale. Free and no reservations needed. (Pictured above, actor Basil Rathbone, playing Sherlock Holmes in the 1939 film based on the novel.)


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