Past Shows

Sherlock Holmes and the Hound of The Baskervilles

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Knoxville Children’s Theatre will present Sherlock Holmes and the Hound of The Baskervilles., a new adaptation of the classic mystery by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The play will be performed October 24 through November 9, Thursdays and Fridays at 7 PM; Saturdays at 1 PM and 5 PM; Sundays at 3 PM. KCT’s 62ndfull-scale production features 14 young actors in the cast.

TN Arts Council

Reservations can be made using the “tickets” menu option above. Tickets are $12 per person. KCT is continuing our Special Rate for this show: Any adult and child who enter together can enter for $10 each, and any odd person out will be $12. All payments are made upon arrival at KCT on the date of your chosen performance.

Sherlock Holmes, the world’s greatest consulting detective, takes on his most puzzling mystery ever. The legend of a ghostly, diabolical hound which roams the moors and stalks the Baskerville family has been whispered about for years.

But when Sir Charles Baskerville is found dead with enormous pawprints nearby, the case grabs the attention of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson. Can they solve the mystery of the phantom hound before another Baskerville falls victim to the legend?

The play is performed by 14 talented young actors, from ages 11 to 17. Sherlock Holmes is portrayed by Jake Green, a West High student and veteran KCT performer. Dr. John Watson is played by Cian Bell, who recently made his debut in KCT’s Knights of Camelot. Lucas Cunic plays Sir Henry Baskerville.

Two actors are making their KCT debuts: Ben Barber and Anna Patterson.

The rest of the cast includes KCT veteran performers Roxanne Abernathy, Catherine Blevins, Alex Carter, Draven Copeland, Makinnon O’Brien, Leigh Shields, Jacob Sousley, Hannah Crowder-Starnes, and Keegan Stump.

The play is adapted and directed by Zack Allen. This is his 17th full-length adaptation for KCT. Rose Bolton will design and build the costumes. The play’s stage manager is Gebrielle Eakle.