The Hound of the Baskervilles
The Hound of the Baskervilles
17.07. - 21.07.2018 Der Termin liegt in der Vergangenheit
A MASTERPIECE OF MYSTERY
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle‘s most celebrated Sherlock Holmes adventure gets a gloriously funny makeover. When Sir Charles Baskerville is found dead on his estate, with a look of terror still etched on his face and the paw prints of a gigantic hound beside his body, the great detective Sherlock Holmes is summoned from Baker Street, with Dr. Watson in tow, to unravel the mysteries surrounding of his death and investigate the ancient curse of the Hound of the Baskervilles. Cheeky and fast-paced, The Hound of the Baskervilles offers farcical surprises, brilliant theatrical invention, and a new twist on the greatest detective story of all time. Once you‘ve managed to stop laughing this is a Hound that you will never forget. It‘s absolutely barking!
Sir Arthur Conan Doyles Klassiker The Hound of the Baskervilles präsentiert sich in neuem Gewand. Der rätselhafte Tod Sir Charles Baskervilles ruft den renommierten Detektiv Sherlock Holmes auf den Plan. Was zeichnete das schiere Grauen auf Baskervilles Gesicht? Und woher stammen die Spuren übergroßer Hundepfoten neben der Leiche? Mit Dr. Watson im Schlepptau ist es an Holmes, Antworten zu finden und das Geheimnis von Baskerville zu lüften. Dieser neue Hound of the Baskervilles ist aberwitzig, frech, rasant und gibt dieser großartigsten aller Kriminalgeschichten eine neue Wendung. Ein Stück, das Sie zum Lachen bringen wird und das Sie so schnell nicht vergessen werden. „It’s absolutely barking!“
Die von Kritik und Publikum gefeierte Inszenierung dieser spannenden Theaterinszenierung aus dem English Theatre Frankfurt kommt als exklusives Gastspiel für kurze Zeit ans Deutsche Theater München.
Fred Gray (Watson, Yokel 1)
Fred graduated from RADA in 2011. His theatre credits include Trevor in The Play That Goes Wrong; Jonathan in The Play That Goes Wrong (Mischief Theatre - Duchess Theatre); Dennis in Peter Pan Goes Wrong (UK National Tour); Gentleman in Enter a Gentleman (Arcola); Jacques in As You Like It (Custom Practise); Malvolvio in Twelfth Night (Stratford); Man 1 in The Bliss of Solitude at The Lost Theatre (finalist at the 5 Minute Theatre Festival); Richard III in Richard III (Cunard); Max in Bent (Gilmorehill Theatre, Glasgow); Saucy Jack in Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens (Edinburgh Festival) and multiple roles in Newsrevue (Canal Cafe).
Shaun Chambers (Sir Charles Baskerville, Sir Henry Baskerville, Mortimer, Cabbie, Yokel 2, Wise Yokel)
Shaun Chambers trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts graduating in 2012 with the Gyearbuor Asante Prize for Acting. Most recently Shaun played Alex in the European premiere of Peter Souter's play Hello/Goodbye at Vienna's English Theatre. Other credits include: Adolpho Pirelli in Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street at the Twickenham Theatre (Winner- WhatsOnstage Best off-West End Production 2015); etc.
Film includes: King Arthur: Knights of the Roundtable (Guy Ritchie, Warner Bros.)Recordings include: The Rush Album (Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Abbey Road Studios) and Admiral Car Insurance.
Jake Burgum (Holmes, Stapleton, Cecille Stapleton, Mr Barrymore, Mrs Barrymore, Yokel 3)
Jake graduated from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in July 2017. Since then he has worked in the bilingual Welsh television drama Bang and has understudied the role of Thomas in the Royal Haymarket's production of Venus in Fur with Natalie Dormer and David Oakes. This is his first experience working in Germany and for The English Theatre Frankfurt.
Lotte Wakeham (Director)
Lotte directs plays and musicals. She trained at Oxford University and the National Theatre Studio. Previous productions as director include: Wonderland (Edinburgh Playhouse and UK tour); The World Goes Round (Stephen Joseph Theatre); The Buskers Opera (Park Theatre); Fanatical (Mountview); Twelfth Night (UK tour); Urinetown (Arts Ed); Upper Cut (Southwark Playhouse; nominated for the Alfred Fagon Award); Sweet Charity (Leicester Curve); Danny the Champion of the World (UK tour); Rumpelstiltskin (Theatre Royal Bath & The MAC, Belfast); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (UK tour); Lizzie Siddal (Arcola; winner of 2 Off West End Awards); etc.
Tom Mc Clane (Associate Director)
Tom McClane trained as an actor at Drama Centre London and on the MFA directing at Birkbeck. Directing credits include Hedda Gabler, Ghosts and A Dolls House at Guildford School of Acting, Twelfth Night at Birmingham School of Acting. He has recently reassembled A Woman Before a Glass at Jermyn Street Theatre directed in New York by Austin Pendleton. He has assisted Bijan Sheibani, Lotte Wakeman, Alice Hamilton, and Tim Crouch. He has also been a regular acting tutor at Drama Centre and Guildford School of Acting.
Marc Frankum (Casting Director)
Marc originally trained as an actor at Drama Centre London before moving into casting.
Previous shows for the English Theatre Frankfurt include Handbagged, Spamalot, The Picture of Dorian Gray, The Glass Menagerie, Disgraced, Death and the Maiden, Other Desert Cities, Ghost - The Musical and Strangers on a Train.
Marc has recently cast The Band (UK Tour); I Capture the Castle (Palace Theatre Watford/Bolton Octagon); Out Of Order (UK Tour); Much Ado About Nothing, Clybourne Park, Noises Off, Macbeth (Mercury Theatre Colchester); etc.
Marc has worked alongside fellow Casting Director Sarah Bird on series 6 of Hustle, the BBC One Wales series Crash and various theatre productions.
David Woodhead (Set and Costume Designer)
Theatre credits include: Gaslight (Atg Uk Tour); Peter and the Starcatcher (Royal & Derngate Theatre, Northampton); Night Must Fall (Salisbury Playhouse & Original Theatre Company, UK tour); Bugsy Malone, Abigail’s Party (Leicester Curve); Tell me on a Sunday (Watermill Theatre & UK tour); Titanic (Charing Cross Theatre, Princess of Wales Theatre, Toronto & Southwark Playhouse); Gaslight (Ed Mirvish Theatre, Toronto); etc.
Awards: David was nominated in 2016 for a DORA award for Outstanding Costume Design for Titanic (Ed Mirvish Theatre, Toronto) and was a finalist in the Linbury Prize for Stage Design. He was awarded Best Designer for Titanic and Lizzie Siddal (2014) at the Off West End Awards.
Andy Graham (Sound Designer)
Credits as sound designer include: The Owl & The Pussycat (Belgrade, Coventry); Aladdin (Lyric, Hammersmith); Wasted (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Fup (Kneehigh); The Donkey Show (Proud Nightclub, Camden); The Buskers Opera (Park Theatre); Mouthful (Trafalgar Studios); Upper Cut (Southwark Playhouse); etc.
As associate sound designer: The Damned United (Derby Playhouse); High Society (Old Vic); Handbagged (Vaudeville); Once (London, Dublin, Korea); Brief Encounter, The Wild Bride, The Red Shoes (Kneehigh Theatre Company); Loserville (West Yorkshire Playhouse/Garrick).
Derek Anderson (Lighting Designer)
Derek trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts (First Class Honours Degree in Production Arts). Lighting design credits include: Our Man in Havana (National Tour); Handbagged, Spamalot (English Theatre Frankfurt); WhatsOnStage Awards 2014-2017 (Prince Of Wales); etc.
As Associate/Assistant Lighting Designer: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane); Shakespeare in Love, Henry V (Noël Coward); Skylight (Wyndham’s); Fatal Attraction (Theatre Royal, Haymarket); Dragon (National Theatre of Scotland); Le Corsaire (English National Ballet); The Cone Gatherers, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (National Tour).
- Unfailingly hilarious. A masterpiece. The Guardian
- Bustingly hilarious! The Times
- Pure comic bliss! The Stage