Saint Vincent College Players to Present 'The Very Great Grandson of Sherlock Holmes' Oct. 27-29

by Public Relations | Oct 17, 2017

Oct. 17, 2017

The Saint Vincent College Players will present three performances of its fall play, “The Very Great Grandson of Sherlock Holmes” by Bill Majeski on Friday, Oct. 27, and Saturday, Oct. 28, at 7:30 p.m., and Sunday, Oct. 29 at 2 pm.

“Saint Vincent College invites you to enjoy the miracle of heredity,” director Greggory Brandt commented. “The blood of the greatest detective the world has ever known may have thinned out a bit by the time it reaches his great-grandson, Sherwood, a private eye in San Francisco, but there's something marvelous still throbbing in the veins of his descendant! This is a comedy spoof that will really delight the admirers of Conan Doyle. It's a murder mystery at its finest.”

The students in the cast will include John Wojtechko, a senior communication major from Crescent, who will play Sherwood Holmes; Cameron Brennan, a junior communication major from East Earl, who will play Doctor Watson; Eddie Kunz, a junior international business major from Cranberry Township, who will play Jason McTorg; Taylor Hanson, a senior biology major from Greensburg, who will play Trixie Bender; Jennifer Haseleu, a senior biochemistry major from Coraopolis, who will play Laverne Lovejoy; Micaela Kreuzwieser, a freshman English major from Canfield, Ohio, who will play Meg Baker; Moira Sullivan, a freshman anthropology major from Waldorf, Maryland, who will play Dinah Cheery; Lee Stern, a senior computer science major from McKeesport, who will play Hilary Creastley; Caroline Nelson, a freshman psychology major from Jefferson, Maryland, who will play Amanda Weedler; Robert Howard, a senior mathematics major from Ellicott City, Maryland, who will play Harris Creastley; Gwen Murray, a freshman psychology major from Tunkhannock, who will play Helga; Joel Knepshield, a sophomore management major from Leechburg, who will play the Radio Announcer; and Matthew Wojtechko, a sophomore computer science major from Crescent, who will play Male Swing/Understudy.

Tickets are $12 each and can be purchased at the box office beginning an hour before each show. Every seat is general admission.


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