Gotham Radio Theatre to Present ‘The Hound Of The Baskervilles’ on November 8th

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Gotham Radio Theatre will present ‘The Hound Of The Baskervilles’ inspired by Sir. Arthur Conan Doyle and written by F. Andrew Leslie at Theatre 3 on November 8th in New York City.

The Hound of the Baskervilles (http://gothamradiotheatre.com/november.html) is arguably the greatest (certainly most popular) of all the Sherlock Holmes adventures. This enthralling tale deals with the curse of the Baskervilles, a family bedeviled by a fiendish killer-hound that stalks them. Sir Charles Baskerville has died under mysterious circumstances and other family members are threatened. Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson come to their aid, finding danger and mystery along the way. It's a suspenseful tale that will keep you on the edge of your seat!

Our exciting cast includes J.T. O’Connor as Sherlock Holmes, Scott Klavan as Dr. Watson and Jarrod Spector (currently appearing as Franki Valli in Jersey Boys) as Sir. Henry Baskerville. Danni Simon, Vince Trani and Laura Leopard play multiples roles and Jill Ahrold is our sound effects actor. The play is directed by Sydnie Grossberg Ronga. They will perform two shows at 7pm and 9pm on November 8th. Theater 3 is located at 311 West 43rd St, Suite 307 in Manhattan. Tickets are $15 and can be reserved at Brown Paper Tickets, or through the website GRT (http://gothamradiotheatre.com)

About Gotham Radio Theatre
Much like the radio hour serials of a bygone era, these classic theatre comedies, dramas and screenplays are performed in little more than 60 minutes, with live sound, music and actors playing multiple roles.

Gotham Radio Theatre has several favorite works planned for it's season debut. GRT will bring a new show to life the second Monday of each month. Take a tour through our site for more information on the season, tickets and cast information. Become a fan of GothamRadio on facebook! Follow us on Twitter!

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