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Miss Holmes

Miss Holmes

A feminist take on the classic, Sherlock Holmes.

Miss Holmes

By Christopher M. Walsh

Based on characters by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Performed At:

Northglenn Arts

Parsons Theatre, 1 E Mem Pkwy, Northglenn, CO 80233

Performance Dates:
March 21, 2024 – April 7, 2024

Promo photos of Sherlock and Watson by RDGPhotography. First and fifth photo (left to right) taken on a 1961 Rolleiflex on black and white 120 film. Developed, processed, and digitized at home by RDGPhotography Photos taken at the Molly Brown House Museum.


“The game is afoot” in this exciting new take on the world’s most famous detective! In this unconventional adaptation on the characters we know and love, Miss Sherlock Holmes & Dr. Dorothy Watson must uncover the truth on a pattern of sinister murders in London. When Lizzie Chapman, a young newlywed begins to receive anonymous messages about her husband, a respected police inspector, insinuating that he is a murderer only Holmes and Watson can uncover the truth. Inspired by Arthur Conan Doyle’s series of masterpieces, this new adaptation re-examines the world of Holmes and Watson through a feminist lens as they attempt to navigate a society that simply will not accept their brilliance.


ATTN: March 30th 2pm performance ONLY: Phamaly Theatre Company requires masks to attend this event. To protect audiences and performers, Phamaly Theatre Company will require facial coverings for indoor public performances. For all individuals ages 2 and older, face coverings will be required indoors, except when actively eating or drinking.

Cast (Listed Alphabetically)

Grey Dumois: Lestrade

Candy Dungan: Peggy/Martha

B. Ryan Glick: Reginald/Superintendent

Keenan Gluck: Michael Stamford

Miranda Ireland: Dr. Dorothy Watson

Kennedy Isaac: Lizzie Chapman

Katelyn Kendrick: Sherlock Holmes Understudy

Romy Lopez: Edwin Greener

Mel Schaffer: Miss Sherlock Holmes

Trenton Schindele: Thomas Chapman

Andrew Small: Mycroft Holmes

Maggie Whittum: Dr. Elizabeth Anderson/Eudora

Linda Wirth: Mrs. Hudson

Production Team

Director: Mare Trevathan
Assistant Director: Daniel Traylor
Stage Manager: Michelle Schovaers Wagley
Scenic Designer: Krista Montoya
Lighting Designer: Emily Maddox
Sound Designer: CeCe Smith
Props Designer: Jaime McNear
Projection Designer: Topher Blair
Fight Director: Samantha Egle
ASM: Hannah Shepard
Crew Lead: Megan Wilson
Dialect Coach: Vin Ernst
Accommodations Spcialist: AJ Watson

Production Dates (in detail)

March 21, 2024 at 8:00 pm – First Preview
March 22, 2024 at 8:00 pm – Second Preview
March 23, 2024 at 7:30 pm – Opening Night
March 24, 2024 at 2:00 pm

March 29, 2024 at 7:30 pm – Relaxed performance
March 30, 2024 at 2:00 pm – Access Day/ Masked performance / Relaxed Performance (ASL Interpreted & Audio Described)
March 30, 2024 at 7:30 pm
March 31st (NO SHOW)
April 1, 2024 at 7:30 pm – Industry Night

April 5, 2024 at 7:30 pm – Access Day (ASL Interpreted & Audio Described)
April 6, 2024 at 7:30 pm
April 7, 2024 at 2:00 pm – Closing Day


  • Captions available at all performances
  • Audio Description available by request for any performance with 2 weeks advance notice by emailing or on Access Days
  • American Sign Language Interpretation is available by request for any performance with 2 weeks advance notice, by emailing or on Access Days
  • Assisted listening devices (limited supply: first come, first serve)
  • Wheelchair Accessible Seating
  • Low sensory quiet spaces: Available at all performances
  • Accessibility Materials: Braille programs, Sensory Guide, Accessibility Guide, Fidgets, etc. available at all performances
  • Tactile Tours available on Access Days two hours before the show. Email to reserve your spot.
  • Relaxed performances on 3/29 at 7:30 pm and 3/30 at 2:00 pm

What is a Relaxed Performance?

Phamaly provides a relaxed performance for all mainstage productions for individuals with autism or other disabilities that create sensory sensitivities. These performances aim to provide a welcoming environment for individuals with sensory and cognitive disabilities, their families, and friends. They can include a reduction in harsh lighting and sound effects, low lighting in the theatre so patrons can walk around, a sensory guide, and more!

What is a Tactile Tour?

For our Blind and low vision patrons and patrons who would like to experience the show in another way, Phamaly provides tactile tours of all mainstage productions. The crew will walk patrons through elements of the show and allow them to touch and feel items including sets, props, and costumes.

What is Access Day?
Access Day includes all accessibility offerings without having to reserve them in advance. The only exception is that our second Access Day will not be a Relaxed Performance.