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Review: ‘Robin Hood’ at Victorian Lyric Opera Company

Rob from the rich, give to the poor ̶  a theme with universal and enduring appeal, at least among 99% of us. The centuries-old legend of benevolent British outlaw Robin Hood has pranced across diverse art forms from traveling minstrel show to video games. But there’s more to it than wealth transfer and ambition. Only in […]

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World Stages: International Theater Festival – The Five Star Weekend Wrap in Review: ‘Fallujah’ and ‘The Adventures of Robin Hood’ at The Kennedy Center

The World Stages: International Theater Festival took center stage at The Kennedy Center, March 10-30, 2014 bringing together some of today’s most exciting theatrical visionaries presenting an unprecedented focus on theatre from around the globe. Twenty-two theatrical offerings from nineteen countries, and every continent except Antarctica, are represented in this theater Festival of dynamic stories […]

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World Stages: International Theater Festival: ‘The Adventures of Robin Hood’ at The Kennedy Center’s Family Theater

The Adventures of Robin Hood Offers Cheeky, Intelligent Fun How much fun can you have with a stage full of cardboard boxes, a shopping cart, bags of crisps, a reinvented legend, and two incredibly talented actors from Scotland? Visible Fictions Theatre Company answers that question with an updated and hilarious retelling of The Adventures of […]

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Craig Wallace and Joe Isenberg. Photo by Danisha Crosby.

‘Young Robin Hood’ at Round House Theatre by Anne Tsang

The world premiere of Young Robin Hood, written by Jon Klein, at Round House Theatre, is a multi-faceted show. At first look, the production, directed by Derek Goldman, seems to be a simple story of the ever-familiar legend of Robin Hood, but on deeper reflection, the show is something so much more – a swashbuckling […]

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