The Hound of the Baskervillesby Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Adapted by Steven Canny and John Nicholson
Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson were never so funny.
The game is afoot as three actors take on multiple roles, ala 39 Steps, to poke fun at the mystery and melodrama of the moor.
MICHAEL DALY is in his second season at Florida Studio Theatre, having performed in The Complete Works of William Shakespeare… Abridged in the 2010 season. Other credits include Pericles and Greater Tuna (Utah Shakespeare Festival), Bottom in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey), Peter Pan and Windy City (Walnut Street Theater) as well as several seasons at the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival and the Orlando Shakespeare Theatre. Michael is married to actress Jeannie Naughton, and they have spent several seasons performing at the Milwaukee Repertory Theatre.
PATRICK NOONAN is excited to be returning to FST, after starring as King Arthur in Spamalot last season. Other FST credits include Jewtopia, The Mystery of Irma Vep, and Occupant. A proud veteran of America’s longest running play, he has starred in over 2000 performances of Shear Madness and just recently enjoyed another stint at the Kennedy Center this Spring. Favorite roles include Almost Maine (Off-Broadway), Murray in The Odd Couple (Cape Playhouse), and King Arthur in Spamalot (FST).
TOM PATTERSON Previously at FST: Shotgun (dir. Kate Alexander). New York: Sick (Coyote Rep); Streamers (440 Studios). Regional: Ether Dome (Hartford Stage, Huntington Theatre Company); Ether Dome, Sideways (La Jolla Playhouse); Murder on the Nile, Bedroom Farce (Barnstormers); Arms and the Man (Electric Theatre Company); Of Mice and Men (Northern Stage). National Tour: The Color of Justice (Theatreworks/USA). AEA. Training: UCSD (MFA). He is originally from South Bend, Indiana.
Director | Gavin Cameron-Webb
Scenic Designer | Isabel & Moriah Curley-Clay
Costume Designer | Martha Bromelmeier
Lighting Designer | Deanna Fitzgerald
Stage Manager | Roy Johns*
* Denotes member of Actors' Equity Association. The Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.