I’m very happy to report that my newest, full-length play, A REQUIEM FOR SHERLOCK HOLMES, adapted from Conan Doyle’s “The Final Problem” and “The Adventure of the Empty House” had a VERY successful, Sundays@Six Series reading and audience talkback at WorkShop Theater Company earlier this month in NYC…in fact, it was so well-attended that we sold out the entire 56-seat Dorothy Strelsin Theatre more than ten minutes before the reading began — sadly having to turn away more than a dozen people.   For those of you you missed your chance to attend, we hope you’ll come back for the play’s next phase of its development — a FREE 3-day staged reading at WorkShop in August.  Terms of a licensing contract are currently being drawn up with the Conan Doyle estate, so were are in effect, all systems GO toward a fullystaged production in 2014.

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March 10 reading of A REQUIEM FOR SHERLOCK HOLMES at WorkShop Theater Company – SOLD OUT!

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