Grand Junction: Be a Part of a Live ‘Studio’ Audience
Have you ever had the chance to participate as a member of the studio audience of a live radio drama?
Get ready, your chance is coming up. "Miss Holmes" is coming to Robinson Theatre at Colorado Mesa University.
What do you mean by "live radio drama"?
CMU will present "Miss Holmes" as a radio drama in front of a live audience. You can be part of the live "studio" audience simply by attending the performances from April 8 through 10.
What is the play about?
According to a press release from the theatre department at Colorado Mesa University:
When an anonymous note sends a newlywed wife looking for help, Miss Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Dorothy Watson work together to uncover the secrets surrounding a corrupt police inspector. Inspired by the works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Miss Holmes is a clever re-imagining of his iconic characters, pitting them not only against cunning criminal masterminds but also against restrictive gender rules of Victorian society.
There are options when it comes to catching this performance.
You can attend in person at the Robinson Theatre and be a member of the live "studio" audience, or you can stream the audio.
When can you catch the show?
You can enjoy performances of "Miss Holmes" in person at the Robinson Theatre from April 8 through 10. The alternative would be to stream the audio from April 14 through 22.
Where can you find tickets?
Tickets are available from the Colorado Mesa University official webpage. The shows begin at precisely 7:30. According to the website, masks must be worn at all times in Robinson Theatre.