WASHINGTON - David Arquette, James Maslow, and Renee Olstead are staring in 'Sherlock Holmes' at the Warner Theater.
Arquette said the stage show is a humorous interpretation of the story and says the cast, crew and audiences are having a lot of fun with it.
The stars say that while in D.C. – they will play tourists – and check out the sights, the monuments and even a stop to the White House.
"If we're having fun, the audience is having fun," said Maslow and called Arquette the 'Willie Wonka' of 'Sherlock Holmes.'
Maslow and Olstead said they both have albums on the way while Arquette says he is looking forward to the second season of Celebrity Name Game – which he and ex-wife Courtney Cox produce. Arquette says he also has a new film in the works called, Sold, which deals with human trafficking.
Sherlock Holmes is at the Warner Theater from Nov. 17 to the 22nd. Find more online: http://www.livenation.com/artists/151664/sherlock-holmes-warner-theatre