Morris-Butler House Museum, Through Oct. 29
Upon the death of Sherlock Holmes, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Dr. Watson lead sleuths through the Morris-Butler House Museum to finish Holmes final mystery: the case of Jack the Ripper. This story tour takes visitors through the elegant Victorian era home as the detectives interview historic serial-killers.
The disorganized script was hard to follow as volunteer actors clumsily stepped back in time. But stunning historic architecture, furniture and fixtures act as a luxurious through line in the performance. And to be fair, the actors' enthusiasm for their work made this silly production an enjoyable and campy access point to real-life monsters. Clautrophobes beware: when two-dozen attendees are packed into tight back hallways, you will undoubtedly get closer with your neighbor than preferred.