Seven Percent Solution

   Nicholas Meyer's bestseller The Seven-Per-Cent Solution launched the modern tradition of writing new Holmes stories--and TV shows and movies-- as a way of exploring and re-interpreting the always fascinating character of Mr. Sherlock Holmes. 

   Dr. Watson attempts to cure Holmes' cocaine addiction. Along the way, he reveals to us that everything he wrote in "The Final Problem"  about Holmes's duel to the death with his arch-foe Professor Moriarty was pure fiction.

"A must-see Sherlock Holmes event.  Go.  Buy tickets now."  Splash Magazine

 

"Highly recommended.  Entertaining storytelling, yet also unusually moving."  Reader

 

"Rating:  ★★★★ It’s delightful to watch . . . . Everything clicks—from Ray Toler’s period set to LaVisa Angela Williams’ historical costumes to Laura J. Wiley’s romantic lighting effects. Best of all, playing 18 roles, the crackerjack eight-member ensemble keep the game afoot, with food for thought and thrills galore,"   Chicago Theater Beat

 

" . . . filled with intrigue and action, building to a thrilling and well-staged climax."  Newcity