It's elementary

Holmes (Michael Hill) and Watson (Cole Aaronson) question Albert Einstein (Darien Green) about his knowledge of wormholes as a confused Mrs. Hudson (Lizzie McDermid) looks on.

It's deja vu all over again when Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson meet Professor Moriarty, Albert Einstein and H.G. Wells in a comic romp through time in "Sherlock Holmes and the Portal of Time," the latest production from the SoHi Drama Department.

Written and directed by Mike Druce, Holmes and Watson are in pursuit of the evil Professor Moriarty, who has managed to change the past by escaping into the future in order to change the outcome of World War II. With the help of H. G. Wells and his wife Jane, Holmes and Watson travel to Berlin in 1939 to locate Albert Einstein, who is an unwitting victim of Moriarty's plan.

Playing Holmes and Watson are Michael Hill and Cole Aaronson. The production also features Chrissy Smith, Chris Works, Lizzie McDermid, Darien Green, Alex Scarpace, Kyra McCabe, Chase Corona, Eli Graham, Swan Brooner,  and Logan Parks.

Performances begin at 7 p.m. March 29, 30, and 31 in the SoHi Theater.

Admission is $5 per person.


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