Written and directed by Mark Shanahan, each scene was well crafted with enough detail and references to both classic stories that it almost made too much sense to be woven together. The space was always balanced, characters moved around with ease and even through some complicated observations monologued by Sherlock, the stage was never static.
Performed by a cast of six with only Sherlock, Ben Caplan, and Scrooge, Kammy Darweish, maintaining their roles. The rest of the cast, Rosie Armstrong, Jessica Hern, Richard James and Devesh Kishore, played a massive array of characters from both The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and A Christmas Carol. Though potentially a few too many name drops, there were plenty for avid fans to geek over.
Unfortunately, the actors were not given microphones which meant that a few carol songs and whispered lines didn't make it past the first half of the stalls. Though this was a rare occasion, and improved into the second act, it was jarring.