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Starlight Presents ‘Sherlock’ Music Mystery

For those in search of an afternoon or evening of mystery, intrigue and entertainment, the Starlight Theatre has an answer for you.

In fact, it’s rather elementary, my dear Watson.

All clues point to the musical-mystery farce “Sherlock Holmes and the Great Royal Goose Chase!” presented by the Starlight Theatre on May 10-11 and May 17-18 at Delta Presbyterian Church, 6100 W. Michigan Ave. in Lansing. Friday performances of the show, directed by Andrew Chandler West and choreographed by Marina Threadgould, are set for 7:30 p.m. Saturday shows will be held at 2 p.m.

Upon arriving in the theater, audiences are met by world-famous sleuth Sherlock Holmes (Jacob Campbell) and his trusted mate, Dr. Watson (Paul Levandowski), who are on the case of a stolen golden treasure from Buckingham Palace. There may be clues hidden anywhere, and selected audience members may hold the answers that will unravel them. Audience members looking to play an interactive part in the play can contact the Starlight Theatre.

The show also features mysterious songstress Irene Adler (Threadgould), Lady Mortimer (Ashley Nance), a murdered duke, world-famous chocolatier Milton Hershey (David Blen Nance), Baker Street Irregulars (Carlos Lenz and Caleb Jarvis), Inspector Lestrande (Matt Lorenz) and an all-new original score.

Tickets are $20, $18 for seniors 62-plus and students ages 13-22, and $13 for children 12 and under. The Starlight Theatre will provide by-donation concessions for the audience members before the show and during intermission.

Seating is general admission. For reservations, call (517) 599-2779 or email Tickets will be available at the door until the performance is sold out.