This tribute to the wide-ranging career of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle features readings of two of his pure horror stories (The Case of Lady Sannox and The Brazilian Cat), along with one of his mysteries that really is a mystery: We’re not even going to name it. But after it’s read—by one of Seattle’s favorite professional actors—director Kurt Beattie will hold a contest to see whether anyone can identify it, and then he’ll award an appropriate prize! Here’s a clue: It’s about a man named Holmes.
Presented by: Town Hall, as part of its Short Stories Live series, curated by Kurt Beattie.
Tickets: $13/$10 Town Hall members, seniors & students in advance; $15/$13 at the door.
Doors open: 1 pm.
Town Hall member benefits: Ticket discounts, priority seating.