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Sherlock Holmes (play 1906 with Alexander Zelwerowicz)

From The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia

Sherlock Holmes is a Polish play performed at City Theatre Krakow (Teatr Miejski Kraków) premiered on 17 november 1906, starring Alexander Zelwerowicz as Sherlock Holmes and Marian Andruszewski as Dr. Watson.

The play is adapted from the William Gillette play.



Cast

Programme of the play (16 december 1906)
  • Sherlock Holmes : Alexander Zelwerowicz
  • Dr. John H. Watson : Marian Andruszewski
  • Professor Moriarty : Louis Fritsche
  • James Larrabee : Marian Jednowski
  • Madge Larrabee : Faustina Krysińska
  • Alice Faulkner : Helena Arkawinówna
  • Mrs. Smeedly : Antonina Bronich
  • Sidney Prince : Stanislavsky Stanislaw
  • Craigin : Maksymilian Wegrzyn
  • Alf Bassick : Puchalski Boleslaw
  • Tim Leary : Stanislaw Bronicz
  • Mr. Tague : Zenon Mastalski
  • Forman : Leonard Bończa
  • Teresa : Jeremi Bronislaw
  • Billy : Leon Czechowski
  • Parsons : Vladimir Miarczyński


Crew

  • Playwright : A. Bozenhard


Performances

  • 17 november 1906
  • 18 december 1906




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