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My Dear Watson

My Dear Watson is an original musical with books, lyrics, and music by Orlando area composer Jami-Leigh Bartschi. It is based on the Sherlock Holmes stories, and it specifically centers around the friendship between Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson. My Dear Watson premiered at the Annie Russell Theater in Winter Park, Florida on May 16, 2014. Its first professional run was produced by the Empty Spaces Theatre Co(llaboration) and played at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center from March 3-7, 2016. It made its New York debut in July 2017 as part of the New York Musical Festival, and the show is on the schedule to be staged in June 2018 at Valencia State College!


Valencia State College
My Dear Watson Announced as Part of Valencia State College's 2017-2018 Season 8/15/2017

We are thrilled to announce the latest planned production of My Dear Watson, which will be staged at Valencia State College's East Campus in the Black Box Theater from June 8-17, 2018. John DiDonna returns to direct the show for the third time. Below are the specific showtimes:

  • June 8, 9, 11, and 16, 2018 at 7:30 pm
  • Matinees: June 10 and 17, 2018 at 2:00 pm

We look forward to sharing more information about this latest opportunity soon!

New York Musical Festival
Wrapping up our NYMF Production 7/29/2017

What a wild ride! Our Florida-based cast and crew all made it back safely—some were able to get in some R&R while others were immediately onto other projects. Regardless, this is just the beginning for My Dear Watson, and we look forward to sharing more news with you soon about what's next for the show.

One of the best opportunities of the festival was to get feedback from audiences and critics about what is resonating well and what could be tweaked to make the show better. Here are a few of our favorite reviews:

The bromance is real.… The musical never shines more brightly than in those moments when Watson ponders his strange friend and their strange, but endearing, relationship. Fittingly, the back and forth between Holmes and Watson is clever and delightful (the audience I saw the show with absolutely loved it); and these moments also rank among the show's best. In fact, Bartschi's script very successfully elucidates the relationship between the two characters, digging into the heart of the friendship by revealing both characters' true feelings - beneath their teasing banter and Holmes's aloof facade.

The melodic score, orchestrated with a piano and violin, gracefully moves up and down the scale. The bowler hat, the pipe, and the teapot all bring us into the world of London, where grisly murder makes headlines. The creative team has done a lot right to establish the world of the play. With NYMF so quick and “on the fly,” the antique tables and chairs easily blend to the backdrop, complete with a projections by Dana Mott. Pocket watches fly though. It’s magical and moving in the way that musical theater should be.

With some revision, My Dear Watson has good potential to go to another stage after this Festival and do a more extended run. It has some good music, including songs that tell a story. Several of the songs are lovely ballads. The music covers an aspect of the Sherlock Holmes stories not usually seen.… [Bartschi's] devotion to the famous fictitious detective shines through in this musical.… I developed an interest in learning and seeing more of [Sherlock Holmes stories] from going to this show. When a musical does that for a viewer, it tells you that the show should continue on!

New York Musical Festival
Final Rehearsals and Preparations Underway 7/9/2017

Be sure to follow My Dear Watson on Facebook and Twitter from now through Tuesday for exclusive content from the cast and crew as we make our final preparations for our New York debut! As the Florida-based and NYC-based cast have an opportunity to work together for the first time, we'll be spontaneously posting photos and live video to give you a behind-the-scenes look at the show coming together. We open Tuesday night at 9:00 at the Peter Jay Sharp theater on 42nd St. with additional shows Thursday through Sunday.

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My Dear Watson Launches Online Silent Auction 6/24/2017

Did you know that it costs over $20,000 to produce a weeklong show in New York, and that revenue from ticket sales will cover less than half of that? Building on the success of our initial Indiegogo campaign, we are now launching our last major online fundraising initiative prior to heading to the Big Apple: our Online Silent Auction. Thanks to many generous donations from our show's extended family of fans, we are able to offer some unique items for bidding including theme park and show tickets, custom parties, acting and voice lessons, professional training, and much more! Hurry, though: the auction ends Wednesday, June 28, at 9:00 pm.

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Broadway World
New York Media Coverage of My Dear Watson 6/22/2017

We are excited to share coverage of My Dear Watson by, the #1 website for Broadway, theatre, and live entertainment around the world! In addition, legendary gossip columnist Liz Smith covered the show in her latest entry for the New York Social Diary.

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Smith & Riley
My Dear Watson Composer Interviewed on Smith & Riley 6/19/2017

Playwright Jami-Leigh Bartschi was interviewed last week on the Smith & Riley podcast, covering fine arts in Central Florida.

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New York Musical Festival
Soundtrack Samples Released 6/18/2017

We are pleased to share studio-quality sountrack samples from three of My Dear Watson's musical selections. For Holmes Donors ($100+), we'll be providing full-length tracks of these three selections plus two more that are not publicly available. (It's not too late to become a Holmes Donor! Use the button below.) Special thanks to Leslie and Evan Jones for recording and mixing these tracks.

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New York Musical Festival
Individual Tickets for New York Musical Festival On Sale Now! 6/15/2017

Individual ticket sales have officially launched for all New York Musical Festival shows! You can now purchase tickets to any of our performances on 42nd street from July 11 to 16. Single tickets are $27.50 each, or you can save up to 35% with a NYMF pass!

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Cast and Crew Announced
Cast and Crew Announced for New York Musical Festival Production 5/29/2017

We are pleased to announce our cast, crew, and musicians for the upcoming production at the New York Musical Festival running from July 11 to 16! Central Florida theater veteran and Brooklyn native John DiDonna returns to direct this run. Several familiar faces will reprise their roles from the 2016 production at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, and we are excited to welcome some new members to the team as well. Take a look at our complete program on the 2017 Prouction page!

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My Dear Watson Merchandise Now Available on Teespring 5/14/2017

Today, we were pleased to launch our Teespring storefront featuring T-shirts, hoodies, mugs, and stickers, available in a variety of colors and styles! If you have a suggestion for a product, design, or style you'd like to see, please feel free to . Not only will you get some MDW-exclusive swag, you'll also be supporting our continued fundraising objectives for our New York trip! Every purchase generates revenue that will be used toward our production. A limited selection of merchandise will also be available at the Sharp Theater, but why wait and risk your favorite size/style not being available? Of course, our cast members and creator will be available for autographs whether you purchased it in advance or at the show!

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My Dear Watson Creator Jami-Leigh Bartschi Interviewed on AM 1520 WBZW 5/11/2017

On Thursday, May 11, My Dear Watson composer and lyricist Jami-Leigh Bartschi was interviewed by Debbie O'Brien on Your Hometown. In the dialogue, Jami and Debbie discuss the origin of the musical and the creative process as well as the daunting task of preparing for a New York production.

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The Conan Doyle Estate
My Dear Watson Featured in Orlando Weekly 5/10/2017

Special thanks to Seth Kubersky and the team at the Orlando Weekly for investing some time and copy space in My Dear Watson less than a week from the Orlando Fringe Festival. The article offers fantastic insight into the creative process behind the musical and tells the journey from its humble beginnings to its upcoming Off-Broadway debut!

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New York Musical Festival
Dates Announced for New York Musical Festival 5/10/2017

We are pleased to be able to share with you the exact dates, times, and locations of My Dear Watson's performances at the 2017 New York Musical Festival!

  • Tuesday, July 11, 2017 at 8:00 pm
  • Thursday, July 13, 2017 at 9:00 pm
  • Friday, July 14, 2017 at 1:00 pm
  • Saturday, July 15, 2017 at 5:00 pm
  • Sunday, July 16, 2017 at 1:00 pm

All performances will be held at:
Playwrights Horizons - Peter Jay Sharp Theater
416 W 42nd St, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10036


My Dear Watson Reaches $10K Goal in Initial Fundraising Campaign 5/7/2017

A sincere thank you to everyone who has contributed, helped us get the word out, or shared words of encouragement during our initial fundraising campaign. Our complete donor list has been posted on the 2017 NYMF Production tab. Thanks to your generosity, with all sources totalled, we raised $10,007 against our $10,000 goal! This will cover the show's registration as well as airfare and lodging for the participants, which is a significant burden relieved. There will, of course, be expenses associated with actually producing and marketing the show, and so the fundraising is certainly not over, but this is a very meaningful start. The incentives for contributing are still available, so even though our Indiegogo campaign has concluded, we'll be glad to accept your donation via PayPal with our sincere thanks for supporting our production!

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The Conan Doyle Estate
My Dear Watson Receives Backing of The Conan Doyle Estate 5/4/2017

We are excited and deeply grateful to announce that the NYMF production of My Dear Watson will be funded in part by a generous contribution from the The Conan Doyle Estate, the family estate of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, who wrote the Sherlock Holmes stories from 1887 to 1927. Richard Doyle, director of The Conan Doyle Estate, says of the collaboration, “The Conan Doyle Estate's main aim is to have the voice of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle heard by modern audiences. I am sure my great uncle would have been delighted that his family, through the Conan Doyle Estate, is supporting My Dear Watson. His passion for innovation and the arts is beautifully represented by Jami-Leigh Bartschi.”

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New York Musical Festival
We're going to New York! 3/23/2017

We are thrilled to announce that My Dear Watson has been selected to make its New York debut as an invited production at the New York Musical Festival this summer! More details, including specific dates, will be announced soon, but in the meantime, we need your help! As you might imagine, staging a successful production in New York City is an expensive undertaking, and so we've started an Indiegogo campaign to help offset the costs. We'd be very grateful for your support, and we'd be willing to hook you up with some MDW-exclusive swag!

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About the Show

My Dear Watson was conceived by Jami-Leigh Bartschi while pursuing her Master's Degree in Liberal Studies at Rollins College, which required the development of a thesis project. Bartschi's idea was to create and develop a full-length musical production based on the Sherlock Holmes stories, which were among her favorite literary works of all time. Not just entertaining stories, the Holmes works by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle make for an intriguing study on character relationships in Victorian literature. The plot and character devices utilized by Conan Doyle were unprecedented for their time and have had a profound influence on every detective story written since. You can read Mrs. Bartschi's research paper here.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the structure of the musical and how long is it?

My Dear Watson is a non-recitative book musical in two acts, with a total running time of approximately two hours including intermission.

Is this a re-telling of one of Conan Doyle's stories or something original?

A bit of both. My Dear Watson is set in the original period of the late nineteenth century. It combines quotes, characters, and plot elements of several original Conan Doyle stories, including A Study in Scarlet, The Valley of Fear, The Three Garridebs and The Final Problem, all tied together in an original way. This allows the audience to be taken all the way from Holmes and Watson's initial introduction to the showdown with Moriarty in only a couple of hours.

Is the musical appropriate for children and families?

While My Dear Watson was not written specifically for children, some parents may find it suitable for family viewing depending on the age and maturity of those attending. The show contains:

  • Minimal mild language
  • Depiction of a crime scene where a murder has previously taken place
  • An instance of firearm use with a loud noise
  • A non-bloody fight scene
  • An implicit tobacco reference (Holmes carries a pipe)
  • No sexual themes or references

When is the next run of the musical and how can I get tickets?

We recently concluded a production at the New York Musical Festival from July 11-16, 2017, and we recently announced that My Dear Watson will be staged at Valencia State College's East Campus in June 2018. As always, we are open to exploring and seeking opportunities to put the show in front of even more audiences, both locally and beyond.

What resources are required to stage a production of My Dear Watson?

My Dear Watson is written for maximum production flexibility. The musical features eight characters who may perform with or without an ensemble. Sets and costumes may be very simple or as elaborate as resources allow. For maximum effect, the musical is scored for string quintet, woodwind quintet, piano, and percussion. However, the show can be performed very effectively with only a piano and violin, or a track may be used if necessary.

How can I bring My Dear Watson to my area?

We would love to hear from you. Please e-mail for more information.

About the Playwright

Jami-Leigh Bartschi is a music educator, playwright, musical director, and composer, originally from Milford, Connecticut. She holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Music and a Master's Degree in Liberal Studies from Rollins College. She has been recognized as Teacher of the Year, and she has accompanied and musical directed numerous productions, including West Side Story, Guys and Dolls, The Drowsy Chaperone, and Cinderella, among others. She lives with her husband in Longwood, Florida.

2017 New York Musical Festival Production

My Dear Watson made its New York Debut in July 2017 at the prestigious New York Musical Festival, which nurtures the creation, production, and public presentation of stylistically, thematically, and culturally diverse new musicals to ensure the future vitality of musical theater. John DiDonna, a 25-year veteran of Orlando theater, returned to direct this production. Our creative team couldn't be more excited about this amazing opporunity to introduce this production to a new audience in the musical theatre capital of the world!


  • Tuesday, July 11, 2017 at 8:00 pm
  • Thursday, July 13, 2017 at 9:00 pm
  • Friday, July 14, 2017 at 1:00 pm
  • Saturday, July 15, 2017 at 5:00 pm
  • Sunday, July 16, 2017 at 1:00 pm

All performances were held at:
Playwrights Horizons - Peter Jay Sharp Theater
416 W 42nd St, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10036

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Directed by John DiDonna


John DiDonna
John DiDonna Sherlock Holmes

John DiDonna is Chair of Theater for Orlando’s Valencia College, as well as the Creator of the Victorian Horror Troupe Phantasmagoria. Recent roles include Martin in Albee’s The Goat, Frank N Furter in The Rocky Horror Show, de Sade in Marat/Sade, and Sir Thomas More in Man for All Seasons. As a director John has guided Phantasmagoria through eight seasons, and recently directed his original works Creation and Division: The Trayvon/Jordan Project.

Kyle Stone
Kyle Stone Dr. John Watson

Kyle Stone is excited to make his return to the role of Dr. John Watson in this year's Festival. He is currently based in Florida where he is represented by BMG TALENT for TV and film work. Most recent credits include Jacob Aborn / William Bellows in Nancy Drew and Her Biggest Case Ever, John Utterson in Jekyll and Hyde: The Musical, and Ken Peterson in Whose Life Is It Anyway. Kyle is a proud troupe member/storyteller of Phantasmagoria.

Jason Blackwater
Jason Blackwater Professor Moriarty

Jason Blackwater is a graduate of London's East 15 Acting School and iO Chicago. Theatre credits include: The Buddy Holly Story (UK National Tour), Father in Lil Women: A Rap Musical (Frigid Festival, Orlando Fringe), Frank Strang in Equus (Dir. Jeremy Seghers), Donner in The Eight: Reindeer Monologues (Orlando Fringe), Rooney in Ferris Bueller's Day Off: The Unofficial Musical (Orlando Fringe), Simple in Merry Wives Of Windsor (Brighton Open Air Theatre). Film credits include: The Florida Project (Dir. Sean Baker). Jason could not be here without the loving and supportive Megan.

Justin Mousseau
Justin Mousseau Inspector Lestrade

Justin Mousseau is an Actor/Comedian from Orlando, FL. An alumnus of the University of Central Florida Musical Theatre Program, he has appeared in numerous productions across the Central Florida region, including the regional premiere of Big Fish (Amos Calloway), Lizzie Borden (Joseph Howard), Nancy Drew and Her Biggest Case Ever (Carson Drew/Burglar) at the Orlando Repertory Theater, as well as several roles at Universal Studios Orlando. This May, he was seen in the world premiere of Zombie Island, or: How to Survive a Wedding with Your Ex at the Orlando International Fringe Festival.

Liz Curtis
Liz Curtis Mrs. Hudson

Liz Curtis has been acting in Central and South Florida for some 40 years. She once appeared in a production of Proof in South Africa with Marius Weber. She holds a B.A. in English and an A.A. in Drama.

Jackson McLaskey
Jackson McLaskey Cecil Barker

Jackson McLaskey is an NYC based actor/writer originally hailing from Detroit, MI. Previous credits include Frank-N-Furter (Rocky Horror Picture Show), Frederick Fellows (Noises Off), O Li Roon (In the Red and Brown Water), and Sky Masterson (Guys and Dolls). McLaskey holds a BFA from Wayne State University and extends his thanks to the team at My Dear Watson. He wishes to express much love to a wonderful family and the world's most supportive friends. For Kaye.

Jaz Zepatos
Jaz Zepatos Mrs. Douglas

Jaz Zepatos is an NYC-based Actress/Improviser and first-time NYMF participant. Previous roles include Lauren in Circle Mirror Transformation, Gloria in Boeing Boeing, Natalie in Next to Normal, and Audrey in Little Shop of Horrors. She is a proud Rollins College alumna and is thrilled to be part of this team.

Tim Marriott
Tim Marriott Mr. Douglas

Tim Marriott is very excited to join the cast of My Dear Watson. A Florida native, his musical credits include The Rocky Horror Show (Rocky), Hairspray (Link Larkin), Social Intercourse (The Duplex, NYC), and Rent. Other shows include Shakespeare's Twelfth Night (Orsino), Hamlet (Laertes), and Two Gentlemen of Verona (Proteus). He sends his love to his Galway Girl, Katie.


Jaz Zepatos
Jaz Zepatos Assistant Director

Jaz Zepatos is an NYC-based Actress/Improviser and first-time NYMF participant. Previous roles include Lauren in Circle Mirror Transformation, Gloria in Boeing Boeing, Natalie in Next to Normal, and Audrey in Little Shop of Horrors. She is a proud Rollins College alumna and is thrilled to be part of this team.

Jami Bartschi
Jami-Leigh Bartschi Musical Director

Jami-Leigh Bartschi is a playwright, composer, and music teacher from Orlando, Florida. She has served as Musical Director for numerous professional, community, and school productions, including The Producers, Cinderella, Cabaret, Young Frankenstein The Drowsy Chaperone, Little Shop of Horrors, and many more, including the first two productions of My Dear Watson in the Central Florida area. She received her B.A. and M.L.S. degrees from Rollins College, and she is a lifelong Sherlock Holmes fan.

Meghan Pelfrey
Meghan Pelfrey Stage Manager

Meghan Pelfrey has stage managed numerous Central Florida productions, most recently the regional perennial favorite Phantasmagoria. Her previous credits include Romeo and Juliette, Aridane auf Noxos, Season Sparkle, and Sweeney Todd for the St. Petersburg Opera Company. She holds degrees in Technical Theatre from the University of South Florida and Valencia Community College.

Dana Mott
Dana Mott Projections

Dana Mott is the Conductor of Narrative Chaos (Creative Director) at Simiosys, a Central Florida creative design and consulting firm. Dana’s background is interactive storytelling for live and virtual experiential design. She is also actively involved in local theatre as an art director and projection artist for productions such as Phantasmagoria.

Coleen Carlson
Coleen Carlson Costume Design

Coleen Carlson is a fifteen-year veteran of theatre, making the transition from the stage to professional costuming in 2014. After spending years on the stage, she was thankful to be able to return to her passion of the theatre, costuming shows such as Young Frankenstein, Moon Over Buffalo, Cabaret, and King Lear. She has spent the better part of a decade working with historical costume, and recreating historical pieces. Coleen would like to thank her family for their constant support, and the cast and crew for the incredible opportunity to bring My Dear Watson to life.

Mark Bartschi
Mark Bartschi Business Manager / Webmaster

Mark Bartschi is an HR professional from Central Florida. While his acting credits are limited to high school productions, he is a lifelong fan of musical theater and music in general. Bartschi holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Computer Science and a Master's Degree in Business Administration, both from Rollins College. He is thrilled to be on this incredible journey with his wife Jami and honored to support the administrative aspects of this production.


Pati Sayers
Pati Sayers Piano

Pati is a Music Specialist and accompanist for Theatre UCF. She graduated from UCF with a BA in Music and an MA in Education. She earned her way through college by playing for shows at a local dinner theatre. Previous to her UCF position, she was choral music director at South Lake High School in Lake County. Most recently, she performed in a cabaret in NYC at the Duplex with UCF students, alums, and professors. She was part of the orchestra in the fall 2014 production of Les Miserables at the Orlando Shakespeare Theatre, and she recently was the musical director for Ain’t Misbehavin’ at the Mad Cow Theatre and Hair at Theatre UCF. Pati is also appearing in a caberet at Feinstein’s 54 Below in NYC. She is married to John and has three sons and a new granddaughter. Pati is very excited and honored to be a part of this creative arts presentation of My Dear Watson.

Eri Park
Eri Park Violin

Eri Park is a Violinist, a Violin Teacher, and a musical thinker. She studied violin under Matitiahu Braun and Elmar Oliveira while she was at Rollins College and Lynn University. She is also a recent graduate of Queens College with a Master’s Degree in Musicology. With her multinational background, she has been actively performing in the United States, Asia, and Europe, engaging in various activities, festivals, and concerts. Currently, she resides in Queens, New York.

Special Thanks

Poster Design
Adam McCabe
Soundtrack Recording & Mixing
Leslie and Evan Jones


2016 Empty Spaces Theatre Co. Production

My Dear Watson was peformed professionally for the first time March 3-7, 2016 at the Mandell Studio Theater in the Lowndes Shakespeare Center. The show was helmed by John DiDonna, a 24-year veteran of Orlando theater. His company, Empty Spaces, is known for the eclectic perennial favorite Phantasmagoria and many other productions both original and familiar. DiDonna and Empty Spaces are deeply involved in local theater events, including The Red Chair Affair, the Orlando Fringe Festival, and the Orlando Shakespeare Festival Intern Program.

Showtimes will be at 8:00 nightly during the March 3-7 run. Tickets are $22 for adults and $15 for students, seniors, and military.

Under development for well over 7 years, this work was developed by Bartschi with the guidance of Broadway veteran and then Rollins professor Kevin Gray (Broadway’s Phantom of the Opera, Jesus Christ Superstar and multiple touring shows). His collaboration was instrumental in both inspiration and in the actual process of writing and creating the work. In the initial reads Gray essayed the role of Watson opposite current Sherlock John DiDonna. Gray passed away on February 11, 2013—these performances are dedicated to him and his inspiration—and most importantly his friendship.

Directed by John DiDonna and Chris Prueitt

Sherlock Holmes
John DiDonna
Dr. John Watson
Kyle Stone
Professor Moriarty
Kevin Sigman
Inspector Lestrade
Justin Mousseau
Mrs. Hudson
Liz Murray Curtis
Cecil Barker / Ensemble
Chris Markcity
Mrs. Douglas / Ensemble
Chelsey Panisch
Mr. Douglas / Ensemble
Kyle Wait
Jordan Herrold

Stage Manager
Meghan Pelfrey
Musical Director
Jami-Leigh Bartschi
Fight Director
Bill Warriner
Jerry Klein
Dana Mott
Leslie Caulfield
Shelly Henriott
June Yarborough
Barbara Solomon
Set Designer
John DiDonna
Ozelle Sabado
Set/Paint/Light Crew
John DiDonna
Chris Prueitt
Chris Markcity
Leanna Pacheco
Lora Sweat
Jecean Mikhael
Ben Akers
Tasha Rentas
Kim L. Marquad
Prop Crew
June Yarborough
Dion Leonhard
Backstage Crew
Crystal Becker
Special Thanks
Lake Howell High School
Valencia College
Mark Bartschi
Orlando Shakespeare Theater
The Master's Academy - Morgan Matos

Dana Thurmond Bruno
Audrey Perryman
Jean Marie Glazer

2014 Master's Academy Production

My Dear Watson made its world premiere at the Annie Russell Theater on the campus of Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida. The original run was produced by The Master's Academy, a private school in Oviedo with a renowned performing arts program. Hundreds of local patrons were the first to see this work performed publicly over four shows in three days in May 2014.

Directed by Morgan Matos

Sherlock Holmes
Kevin Gaj
Dr. John Watson
Jordan Herrold
Professor Moriarty
Noah Hinrichsen
Inspector Lestrade
Jaci Stephans
Mrs. Hudson
Julia Clow
Cecil Barker
Tommy Lower
Mrs. Douglas
Briana McDaniel
Mr. Douglas
Alex Whitehurst
Eric Bigham

Student Director
Kayla Mendez
Stage Manager
Madeline Aquino
House Manager
Arlene Outerbridge
Fight Choreographer
Jef Gordan
Lighting Designer
Jon Whitely
Assistant Lighting Designer
Holly Stallard
Light Board Operator
Hannah Cole
Spotlight Operators
Courtney Hoffman and Shae Corey
Electrics Crew
Sarah Griffin and Chris Pepe
Fly Crew
Danielle Bitikofer and Nicholas Bouwman
Sound Technician
Robert Miller
June Yarborough
Makeup and Hair
Teresa Solano and Marina Solano
Box Office
Aida Herrold
Assistant Stage Managers
Rebekah Clow and Brianna Kegelman
Prop Master
Grace Kearney
Assistant Prop Master
Ashlee Priest
Prop Artisans
Jessica Spencer and Annabella Linares
Costume Intern
Lindsay Davey
Costume Assistant
Haley Macbeth
Marketing Intern
Skye Kim
Marketing Assistants
Sierra Outerbridge and Bradley Adams
Stage Crew
Eric Bigham, Leah Kearney, Chris Trovillion, David Wohlever, Jennie Gates, Amanda Nash, Alyssa Urian, Lauren Hutchinson, Micah Renfrow, and Adam Whelan

Joy Wasmundt
Alexa Knowles
Sierra Outerbridge and Emily Woo
Page Turners
Annabella Linares and Shannon Hosch