Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery
September 14th - November 5th
From the award-winning mastermind of mayhem, Ken Ludwig (Lend Me a Tenor), comes a fast-paced comedy about everyone’s favorite detective solving his most notorious case. Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson must crack the mystery of The Hound of the Baskervilles before a family curse dooms its newest heir. Watch as our intrepid investigators try to escape a dizzying web of clues, disguises, and deceit as five actors deftly portray more than 40 characters.
Baskerville has no nudity, profanity, or any strong adult content. Were it a movie, it would likely be rated PG.
Galen Schlomming as Watson & Matt Koenig as Holmes
This loving send-up lets the audience in on the joke from the beginning, breaking the fourth wall to hilarious effect over and over.
"Baskerville is another stellar production in a long string of compelling Cabaret crowd-pleasers — a howling good time!"
In “Baskerville,” Ken Ludwig’s hilarious pastiche of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s “The Hound of the Baskervilles,” the game is afoot in a fast-paced, supremely satisfying and entertaining production at Oregon Cabaret Theatre that defies the limits of time and stage space.
This fast-paced mystery is a fun fall diversion and worth a trip to Ashland to enjoy.
On the prowl for a laugh-filled evening of rollicking mystery? The solution is easy. Join Sherlock Holmes and his sidekick Dr. Watson in Baskerville.
The cute theatre in a previous church was intimate and well done. We loved our seat by the rail in the balcony. We opted to have dinner and we were so glad we did. It was probably the best meal we had in Ashland. We both had the steelhead. Salad through bread pudding dessert was outstanding. Straight forward food without the need to sauce or garlic.
The play was fun and well done! Those actors work so hard playing multiple characters! We would return.
@oregoncabaret 's "Baskerville" is done so well. I was truly blown away how many characters each actor was able to take on so authentically!
Praise for Baskeville from Facebook
""Baskerville" is rollicking good fun, and the staff left nothing overlooked. Great food plus a laugh out loud experience guarantee that I will be back, most likely with a season pass."
"Absolutely FABULOUS play...with unbelievably talented actors!! Thank you OCT!! Well done!"
"Watched it today. Fantastic job! Great staging! Acting is amazing! Must see!"
"It was a great show! Kudos to you all!"
"Went to see it Friday. Loved It!"
"So enjoyed this play! Outstanding talent."
"Well done show!"
"Just saw Baskerville. What fun!!!"
We loved "Baskerville, A Sherlock Holmes Mystery" at the
@OregonCabaret. Talented cast, clever set, deft staging, and both drama & comedy,
This place is the place to go if you like cabaret,as a special night out. Make sure that you will have either brunch or dinner,the food in this place will put some restaurants to shame. The food come out hot and cooked to order,also they only have beer and wine license and they can make cocktails with great imagination.
Meet the Cast
Matt is happy to be making his debut at the Oregon Cabaret Theatre. Matt is a resident artist at PCPA in Santa Maria, California, where he has played roles such as Black Stache in Peter and the Starcatcher, Tom in The Glass Menagerie, The Beast in Beauty and the Beast, Caleb in The Whipping Man, Freddy in My Fair Lady, Richmond in Richard III, etc. Other theaters include: Utah Shakespeare Festival, New Swan Shakespeare Festival, Florida Studio Theatre, Palace Theatre, Summer Repertory Theatre. Many thanks to Val for the opportunity. MFA, UC Irvine.
Regional theatre: Oregon Cabaret Theatre: Bobby Martin, Double Trouble; Harold, S'Wonderful; Chip, Ali Baba; PCPA: Mrs. Bumbrake/Teacher, Peter and the Starcatcher; Paco (u/s Don Quixote), Man of La Mancha; Quartet/Ensemble (u/s Pickering), My Fair Lady; Ensemble (u/s Krad), Christmas is Here Again; The Marriott Theatre: Nathan Anderson, Shenandoah; Sierra Repertory Theatre: Superintendent/Ensemble, The Drowsy Chaperone; The Shedd Institute: Tom Trainor, No No Nanette; Dick Trevor, Lady Be Good; Marcellus Washburn, The Music Man; Central Coast Shakespeare: Mercutio, Romeo & Juliet. Training: Northwestern University (Class of 2008) Love to family and friends!
Stapleton and Many Others
Stephen is glad to return for his third season at the Oregon Cabaret Theatre. He previously performed as Sheriff Reynolds (Bat Boy The Musical), Marley (A Christmas Carol), and as Clown 2 (The 39 Steps). He is featured on television for commercials (Merci Chocolate, Fred Meyer), drama series (Boston Public). He was a theatre professor and children's theatre director (Charlotte's Web, High School Musical Jr.) He has performed as Lee and Austin in different productions of True West. Other Sam Shepard credits include Petrone (Suicide in B Flat) and Henry (Eyes for Consuela). Other stage credits include Ben Braddock (The Graduate), Tony (West Side Story), and as the title role of Hamlet.
Ms. Stapleton and Many Others
Mia is thrilled to be making her Oregon Cabaret Theatre debut. She graduated from The Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts in 2013. Other credits include: Olivia/Maria in Twelfth Night (SF Shakes On Tour), Little Dog in A Dog’s Life (G. A. Melodrama), Juliana in Frankenstein’s Bride (G. A. Melodrama), Ensemble/Wendla u/s in Spring Awakening (PCPA), Ensemble in My Fair Lady (PCPA). She would like to thank her family, both biological and hand picked, for all their wonderful support, especially Paul. For more information check out www.miamekjian.com
Sir Henry Baskerville and Many Others
Tony returns to the Oregon Cabaret Theatre where you may have seen him as Rocky in Rocky Horror Show, Musical of Musicals, Bat Boy, and last year’s world premiere of Pine Mountain Lodge. Hailing from Chicago, some Chicago credits include Saturday Night Fever (Drury Lane), Nice Work If You Can Get It (Theatre at the Center), and A Midsummer Night's Dream (First Folio Theatre). Regional theatre work includes Utah Shakespeare Festival, PCPA: Pacific Conservatory Theatre, Utah Festival Opera, California Theatre Center, and the Pickleville Playhouse.