Review: Gulfshore Playhouse Holmes thriller full of twists, humor
Detective Sherlock Holmes is always on the case. But in “Holmes and Watson,” he is the case.
The play is set three years after it’s believed Holmes plunged to his death off Reichenbach Falls following a confrontation with his arch nemesis professor Moriarty.
On this case, of course, is his assistant and friend Dr. John Watson (Jeffrey Binder), who is seemingly tired of having to disprove of the many frauds and fakes claiming to be Holmes. That is until he receives a mysterious telegram from Dr. Evans (David Whalen), who runs a remote asylum off the coast of Scotland. In it, Dr. Evans writes that there are three men in his care, each claiming to be the Sherlock Holmes.