Screen Plays presents "The Hound of the Baskervilles" (1)

One of the most famous detective stories ever written. Published in 1901 in The Strand magazine. Like Dickens's novels, each section ended with a suspenseful "cliff-hanger" that kept author Arthur Conan Doyle's audience clamoring for more. By R. Hamilton Wright and David Pichette
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Screen Plays presents "The Hound of the Baskervilles" (1)

Time & Location

Apr 13, 2019, 7:00 PM
MuCCC, 142 Atlantic Ave, Rochester, NY 14607, USA

About The Event

Screen Plays presents "The Hound of the Baskervilles"

By R. Hamilton Wright and David Pichette

Wed, May 22- 7:30 pm

Thurs, May 23 - 7:30 pm

Fri, May 24 - 7:30 pm

Sat, May 25 - 2 pm and 7:30 pm

Sun, May 26- 2 pm

One of the most famous detective stories ever written. Published in 1901 in The Strand magazine. Like Dickens's novels, each section ended with a suspenseful "cliff-hanger" that kept author Arthur Conan Doyle's audience clamoring for more.

The Hound of the Baskervilles is one of the most famous and admired detective stories ever written. Published in 1901 and 1902, it originally appeared in nine monthly installments in The Strand magazine. Like Dickens's serialized novels of the same era, each installment ended with a suspenseful "cliff-hanger" that kept author Arthur Conan Doyle's audience clamoring for more.

In the story, the old and noble Baskerville family is threatened by a curse: "A great, black beast, shaped like a hound, yet larger than any hound that ever mortal eye has rested upon" terrorizes and kills any family member who comes to live at the Baskerville estate. As the story opens, the hound seems to have claimed his latest victim, Sir Charles Baskerville. Sir Charles's nephew, Henry, the new heir to the estate, is poised to take up residence the next day. A friend of the family, Dr. Mortimer, comes to consult the famous Sherlock Holmes in his rooms at 221b Baker Street, though he confesses he doesn't know if the case is more suitable "for a detective or a priest."

Advance general admission tickets are $20.00 until May 1st, 2019

On May 2nd and after, General admission tickets will be $25.00.

Students with an ID - $15.00 (honored at all times)

Run time 2.5 hours

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