Baker Street West is the product of brilliant minds — with a love for the adventures of Sherlock Holmes — knocking together and causing an explosion of creativity.
But first came Hein & Company Bookstore back in 1991, established by Wolf Hein in the heart of the California Gold Country in Plymouth, southeast of Sacramento. Hein & Company Bookstore had a habit of outgrowing its four walls, and it moved twice until, in 1997, it landed at its current location at 204 Main Street in Jackson, the seat of Amador County.
In the springtime of 2012, the seed of an idea was planted for Baker Street West by two friends, Linda Hein and Beth Barnard, who would meet together and discuss the stories of Sherlock Holmes. What germinated and continues to grow is Baker Street West, the whole of the second floor above Hein & Company Bookstore.
About Baker Street West’s House Composer, Dave Vasquez:
Dave Vasquez is a multi-talented musician and composer located in Pine Grove, California. He has composed original music for Baker Street Players’ productions of Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the American Twins, The Final Toast, Baskerville, and Jack the Ripper: Monster of Whitechapel ~ and he has been nominated for an Elly Award with Sacramento Area Regional Theatre Alliance for Best Sound Design in 2018.
To listen to Dave’s original works for Baker Street West, visit Dave’s website.
We’d like to thank the following organizations for their support of Baker Street West:
The Ledger Dispatch, Amador & Calaveras Objective Regional News
Eleanor Caputo, Photography