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Sherlock Holmes and the Wolf Family Caper

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Sherlock Holmes and the Wolf Family Caper Plays for Young Audiences


By: John Donald O'Shea
Cast: 4 M, 10 F, 2 flexible (Doubling possible.)
Performance Time: Approximately 90-120 minutes, 84 pgs.

Sherlock Holmes and the Wolf Family Caper

INTERACTIVE CHILDREN’S MYSTERY. In this adorable “Law and Order” type mystery, the audience is called upon to help out Sherlock Holmes and his sidekick, Dr. Joan Watson, solve the mystery of “The Wolf Family Caper.” Holmes and Watson are investigating the mysterious case of two missing pigs. Not only have the pigs disappeared, but a straw house and a stick house have vanished as well. Just when Holmes and Watson begin to think they have a serial house-napper on the loose, they discover a single paw print at the scene, which gives rise to the Huff-and-Puff Theory. Suspecting a wolf may be the culprit, Holmes and Watson pay a visit to Ezekiel Wolf, the owner of a pork processing plant. When the duo suggests that a wolf may have huffed and puffed and blew the houses down, Mr. Wolf’s hair bristles at the theory, and he insists that such stories are just old wives’ tales. And, besides, he suffers from emphysema. As Holmes and Watson continue their investigation, they discover that all clues lead back in some way to the Wolf Family Picnic Extravaganza…

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Please remember it is necessary to purchase one script for each cast member and one royalty for each performance.


Scripts: $7.95 each
Royalty: $60.00/performance
Prompt Book: $16.00
Poster Package: $50.00 (50/pkg)
Distribution Rights: $60.00
Artwork Rights: $50.00
Play Pack: $257.00  (19 scripts for cast/crew, 1 royalty, 50 posters, 1 prompt book)

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John Donald O'Shea John Donald O’Shea has been involved in community theatre for more than 40 years as a singer, actor, producer, and director. Since retiring from his position as a circuit court judge, Mr. O’Shea has written and directed several plays for schools. He lives in Illinois.