Murder Mystery

Sherlock Holmes and The Terror By Night Train

I’ve been working with some of the most talented actors (including my brother, best friend and awesome new friends) I’ve met for about a month now on the latest Sherri’s Playhouse podcast. I am directing this piece and came up with the story while my writing partner wrote the script. I’m very proud of them and look forward to introducing you to the cast.

So here they are the amazing cast of the Sherlock Holmes mystery, Terror By Night Train.

Sherlock Holmes-C. B. Floyd

 

 


0000time-wintersJohn Watson-Time Winters

 

 

 

0000-ray-2C Auguste Dupin-Raymond Brent

 

 

0000-toniaIrene Adler-Tonia Lee Carr

 

 

0000-cathyMoria St James-Cathy Kutz

 

 

juniorJames Moriarity-Junior Paul

 

 

 

10409783_803245753049352_3893712058043773424_nLady Phyllis Carstairs-Sherri Rabinowitz

 

 

0000-wendyAmelia Hammersmith –Wendy Pumarlo 

 

 

0000-jnaeCornelia Hammersmith  / Queen Victoria- J’nae Rae Spano

 

 

0000anneJane Higgins-Anne-Louise Fortune

 

0000-eliSamuel Pearlman-Eli Robert

 

 

00000-morweenaHenrietta La Pierre-Morwenna

 

 

11261914_466211656892983_3870129249476015631_n (2)Toby-Nathan Goodwin

 

 

0000-nickMycroft Holmes/Detective Inspector Lestrade-Nicholas Davidge

 

 

Sherlock Holmes and The Terror by Night Train comes your way January 29, 2017. Look for more information as we get closer to the production.

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The Life of a busy writer

I know I haven’t updated much lately and I’m hoping to change that and start updating on a regular basis, but i say that everytime I go through one of these stretches of little to no posting.

This summer was a busy theater summer for me. I performed in Hays Community Theatre’s production as “Into The Woods”, I followed that up by acting in and serving as a consultant to Phillips County Community Theatre’s production of “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer: The Musical”. There is a bit of irony to this, as when both of these shows opened on Broadway the great Tom Aldredge created two roles, in “Into The Woods” he was the Narrator/Mysterious Man and in “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer: The Musical” he was Muff Potter. I performed as both the Mysterious Man and Muff Potter in the two productions I was involved in. So that was a bit of irony but also a treat as Aldredge remains one of my favorite performers. The day we closed “Tom Sawyer”. I began production of the radio play I wrote and directed called “Murder AT Home” for the feature “Sherri’s Playhouse” heard on the podcast “Chatting With Sherri”. As soon as that aired, I almost immediately began writing a new radio style play of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol”. I knocked out a 70 page, first draft in less than a week. I followed that up with another appearance on “Chatting With Sherri” this past Tuesday (the 23) to discuss theatre and my collection of plays, “Based on The…” (available now from Black Box Theatre Publishers).

So overall it’s been a busy time for me, I am hoping to blog a little more often, perhaps on my journey through editing, revising and hopefully producing A Christmas Carol.

Til the next blog,

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