Courtesy Valley Catholic
Thespians performing in Valley Catholic’s ‘The Secret Case of Sherlock Holmes’ include (back row) Ashley Baldino, Connor Espig and Lauren White; and (front row) Allison Waters, Hannah Johnson and Saksen Hathaway.
Courtesy Valley Catholic
Thespians performing in Valley Catholic’s ‘The Secret Case of Sherlock Holmes’ include (back row) Ashley Baldino, Connor Espig and Lauren White; and (front row) Allison Waters, Hannah Johnson and Saksen Hathaway.
BEAVERTON — Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson come to life in Valley Catholic’s fall production of “The Secret Case of Sherlock Holmes.” The high school’s drama department has performances left Nov. 4-6. Friday and Saturday shows begin at 7 p.m. Sunday matinee begins at 2 p.m. Director Ginnie Sutfin calls it an “action-packed comic farce.” While avoiding their angry landlord, Holmes and Watson hide in a time machine and are accidentally transported to a 21st-century psychiatric hospital. There, they meet a series of patients who believe they’re famous — Marilyn Monroe, George Washington, Tarzan, Emily Dickinson, Count Dracula, Lizzie Borden and Queen Victoria. Get tickets at valleycatholic.org/sherlockholmes.