Sherlock Holmes and the American Problem
February 9 - 24, 2018

By R. Hamilton Wright
Directed by Kylie McKenzie Soder
Inspired by the works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

The American Wild West and Victorian England collide in this original adventure tale. The year is 1887, the occasion is Queen Victoria’s Jubilee, and the coincidences are suspiciously piling up. Seattle actor/director R. Hamilton Wright brings his Seattle Rep 2015 hit just in time for the Langley murder mystery weekend.


David Mayer, Bob Atkinson, Ethan Berkley, Laura Berkley Boram, Nichole Morell, Sommer Harris, Phil Jordan, John Macarro, and Zachery Schneider.

Friday and Saturday @ 7:30 / Sunday @ 2:00
Piano Bar opens one hour before each performance

Adult $22 / Senior $18 / Youth $15 / Military $18 / Matinee $15





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WHIDBEY ISLAND CENTER FOR THE ARTS announces an open call for programming ideas for the 2018-2019 Season. Is there something you’ve always wanted to see on the WICA stage? Theatre, dance, music, literature, visual arts, and education—we’d like to hear your ideas! 

Please complete this form and submit it by email to; in person at 565 Camano Ave, Langley; or mail to PO Box 52, Langley, WA 98260. The deadline for submissions is no later than May 1, 2018 For more information or guidance, visit or call the administrative office at 360-221-8262.  Thank you!


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The mission of Whidbey Island Center for the Arts is to inspire, nourish, and enhance the artistic, social, and economic well-being of the community. We do this by promoting, developing, and presenting a diverse offering of high-quality theatre, music, dance, literature, and visual arts in an outstanding venue, and by creating educational and participation opportunities.