The Hound of the Baskervilles in Osnabrück

Nicole Glücklich

Der Theaterverein OSTENSIBLES, die sich auf englischsprachiges Theater spezialisiert haben, präsentieren im Juni gleich viermal ihre Fassung des Hundes der Baskervilles:

From the Classic Thriller of SIR ARTHUR C. DOYLE, dramatised by Tim Kelly

The greatest of all Sherlock Holmes adventures finally on stage in Osnabrück! Directed by Marie Fontaine, produced by Charmian Bilger.

An alltime classic adapted to a modern setting that takes literature’s most spine-chilling mystery and turns it into a play of suspense, humour and ultimate terror.

Sir Henry Baskerville has become heir to the vast family fortune, a legacy that comes complete with a horrifying curse – death at the fangs of a diabolical Hound prowling the English moor. Only Sherlock Holmes and his sidekick Dr. Watson can stop the bloodthirsty beast from striking again. While the Hound terrifies the countryside and mysterious lights signal Baskerville Hall, the sleuthing begins. Suspicion falls on sinister servants, butterfly collectors, ladies in distress and escaped convicts.

Who wrote the letters that summoned the Hound? What is the significance of the prehistoric huts dotting the moor? Is Sir Henry’s love with the lovely Kathy doomed? Is the supernatural at work?

Audiences will have a terrific time trying to discover the truth, and those who are familiar with Doyle’s original need to prepare themselves for a surprise twist. But rest assured: When the chills and shrieks settle down, there is always a good laugh to relieve the rising tension. Come and enjoy an evening of unearthly entertainment from start to finish that will no doubt „terrorise“ you. 

Die Vorstellungen finden allesamt im “Haus der Jugend” in Osnabrück statt, Karten können auf der Webseite der Ostensibles reserviert werden.

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