Swordfights, kidnapping, extortion attempts involving the royal family and a clever disguise, Sherlock Holmes and his trusty sidekick have a new case.
Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Jersey Lily is the final production in the calendar year for Wagga School of Arts.
Marketing manager Fay Walters said the first three performances excelled all expectations of attending audiences.
“Messages were delivered from very happy customers noting especially the professional standard of the production,” she said.
“A strong cast lead by Catherine Dawson includes actor and director Josh Steadman, Iain Wright, Craig Dixon, Mel Donges and Lauren Walker working in her first major role and exercising amazing evil intent as Professor Moriarty.
“Tony Woods, a newcomer to Wagga School of Arts, has been challenged by playing two unscrupulous villains.”
The season continues this Friday, and Saturday at 7.30pm and Sunday’s matinee has almost been sold out. Tickets can be purchased by contacting SoACT on 6921 2594.
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