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Written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle; Adapted by Denis Green and Anthony Boucher
In this exciting and amusing Sherlock Holmes story, the King of Bohemia enlists the services of the great detective and his faithful friend Dr. Watson to recover a very valuable photograph that could ruin the young King.
Newly engaged to a Scandinavian princess, the King is worried his royal relatives will disapprove of his secret past with a young American opera singer, Irene Adler, a relationship which is documented in the photograph. Miss Adler now threatens to send the condemning photograph to the King’s fiancée.
The King is desperate to possess and suppress this photograph. Offers of increasingly large sums of money and several attempts to break-in to Miss Adler’s home to steal it are unsuccessful. Sherlock Holmes is the King’s last hope!
Intrigue and adventure follow Holmes and Watson as they find Miss Adler to be a most cunning adversary.
A Scandal in Bohemia will stream online for FREE through Sunday, Oct 17th.
Written by Arthur Conan Doyle; Adapted by Denis Green and Anthony Boucher
Directed by Stephen Pelinski
Sound Design by Eileen Smitheimer
Music Composition by Ryan Touhey
Michael Gotch*: Sherlock Holmes
Lee E. Ernst*: Dr. Watson
Mic Matarrese*: King of Bohemia
Steve Tague*: Bartender, 2nd Cabman, Alfie
Hassan El-Amin*: 1st Cabman, Pat, Bert
Stephen Pelinski*: Norton, Coachman, Ernie
Kathleen Pirkl Tague*: Irene Adler
Elizabeth Heflin*: Hattie, Maid
Matthew G. Marholin*
Ryan P. McGinty: Audio Engineer
Joel Farley: Audio Engineer
* Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States. REP company bios can be found
Explore the online exhibition
Books, Bohemians, and Baker Street: A Study in Sherlock in Special Collections! Created by the University of Delaware Library in partnership with the REP's presentation of A Scandal in Bohemia.
Learn all about Arthur Conan Doyle and his most famous character, Sherlock Holmes, in this lovely exhibition which highlights materials from the collections of the University of Delaware Library, Museums, and Press.
REP productions are supported, in part, by a grant from the
Delaware Division of the Arts, a state agency, in partnership with the
National Endowment for the Arts. The Division promotes Delaware arts events on