“the well-wrought crisis of a play” [SIXN]
Suffice it to say that between his play Holmes & Watson, his secret desire (and success!) in writing for Star Trek, and the web series Herlock, we find much to cover with Lee. A Sherlockian from his earliest years, we go on a journey with Lee from his fascination with Sherlock Holmes that spanned from the Basil Rathbone era to the Nicholas Meyer reincarnations during Lee's formative years.
Lee took a one-man play and his own interest in acting, and turned it inward to focus on the finer points of the relationship between Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson in his insightful and exciting play. And he brandished his own sense of humor for years in the Baker Street Journal as a cartoonist.
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