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FUSION Theatre Company Presents MS. HOLMES AND MS. WATSON - APT. #2B

FUSION Theatre Company Presents Ms. Holmes and Ms. Watson – Apt. #2B by Kate Hamill. This not-to-be-missed comedy cheerfully desecrates the stories of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and it re-examines the world’s most famous detective story with a bold new feminist lens.
Set in jolly old London of 2021, Sherlock (French for not Shirley) Holmes enlists the assistance of her new flat mate Joan Watson in unraveling the mysteries of the day. Steam along with this dynamic duo as they take on The Case of the Speckled Band, The Adventure of the Blue Goose, and finally unlock the secrets of the human heart. Ms. Hamill’s play “simultaneously plays homage to and flips on its head the detective story tropes to show what happens when women are in charge." –BroadwayWorld
Directed by Laurie Thomas, FUSION’s production stars Jacqueline Reid, Tiffany Cole, Kane Distler, and Wendy Scott.
General Admission: $40 | Seniors over 65: $35 | Students: $20 | Thanks to the City of Albuquerque Pay What You Wish ticketing is available.
September 21–24
Thursday & Friday at 7 p.m.
Saturday at 2 p.m. & 7 p.m.
Sunday at 3 p.m
Originally from the farms and fields of upstate New York, Kate Hamill is an award-winning NYC-based actor/playwright. She is deeply passionate about creating new feminist, female-centered classics, both in new plays and in adaptation: stories that center around complicated women. Her work as a playwright celebrates theatricality, often features absurdity, and closely examines social and gender issues - as well as the timeless struggle to reconcile conscience / identity with social pressures. As an actor, she tends to play truth-tellers, oddballs, and misfits.
Kate was named 2017's Playwright of the Year by the Wall Street Journal. She has been one of the 10 most-produced playwrights in the country, 3 seasons running (2017-2020); in both 2017-2018 and 2018-2019, she wrote two of the top 10 most produced plays in the U.S.; many of her plays have been produced internationally.