The new Holmes mystery follows the world’s most famous detective, Sherlock Holmes and his associate Doctor Watson. In their fourth story of the 10 Minute Plays series “Interview at Cambridge Estate,” Holmes wagers he can solve the case before lunch; an unusual gamble.
About the new Holmes mystery: Sherlock Holmes and Interview at Cambridge Estate is the fourth in the 10 Minute Plays adventure series… “As the story unfolds Holmes on rare occasion is setting his sights on lunch and a promise made to Mrs. Hudson, therefore he is in a hurry to solve the case. However the suspects are not so cooperative to his regard of time” says John DeGaetano, author of the 10 minute series. The story covers interviews at a wealthy businessman’s estate in the diamond trade. The events lead to suspicions all around… including the governess.
The plays… nine in all, are designed to create an evening of mystery and intrigue as the action unfolds right in front of the audience. Based in part from the career writings of Holmes’ long time friend Dr. Watson, the playwright’s witty, well-crafted scripts are homage to Conan Doyle brings these iconic characters to life. Each play is just 10 minutes in length, four to six characters, simple unit set requirements and suitable for all audiences.
Each of the three books includes three new 10 minutes scripts and each is a new Holmes mystery. For more complete information on comedy play scripts, play scripts for kids and self help books visit John DeGaetano Productions or the Amazon Author Page. Also the expanded full length play version of Sherlock Holmes and Princess Jewel now includes: Additional dialog, extended scenes, decipher code, an enlarged version of painting image, location and character details. Information and plays available from the author is on Amazon
Director and Actor in the San Francisco Bay Area and author of original scripts for theater includes the hilarious antics in The Fat Man, and A Situation in Safe Haven, the screwball comedic courtroom drama Once Upon a Crime, real life social issues in Average Joe and the new Holmes mystery adventures.