up of the Robin Hood story leaves no stone unturned or, at least, tripped over.
You see, it’s a little known fact that the famous English bandit was bit of a klutz. As a kid he practiced with a bow and violin instead of a bow and
arrow, so naturally to fight the king’s injustices he needed his famous band of women. Women? That’s what you get when you send Little John to do the
But just as the ladies are persuaded that after they steal from the rich they have to give the goodies to the poor, Robin is tricked by a rhyming witch and is
taken captive by the evil Sheriff of Nottingham. At the palace, King John, far from sounding like royalty with his hick accent, holds a festival to trap all of Robin’s
Sword play and derring-do plus a lot of cheap tricks allow goodness to triumph over evil and Robin Hood to win the hand of the lovely Maid Marian.
Performances are Friday and Saturday November 8 & 9 at 7 pm and Sunday, November 10th at 2 pm at the Margaret Livensparger Theater at Holt High School; 5885 West Holt Road, Holt MI 48842. Tickets can be purchased at the door and are $8 adults and $6 students/seniors (those 60 and better).