On May 16 and 17, the Hanford Center Stage continues it's presentation of Robin Hood at the Hanford High School Auditorium Main Stage, 450 Hanford St. Richland, Washington. The show starts at 7:30 in the evening and is directed by Deb Donahoe & Peggy Painter
About the Presentation
When the wicked and powerful Sheriff of Nottingham does murder and drives good people to flee to the forests, who can they turn to for help? When the poor and powerless peasants go hungry and are hung for poaching on King John's land, who can they turn to for help? When Queen Eleanor's lady-in-waiting is endangered and the Queen coerced into giving help to her own power-hungry son, King John, who will at least keep them entertained until a solution can be undertaken? Why, none other than famed Robin Hood and his rag tag collection of the dispossessed. What a story to tell, what excitement to be had, what fun! Please join us as we tell the story one more time that has entertained millions for hundreds of years.
Tickets are available at the door. For students and seniors ticket price is $6.00 and for adults $8.00.
For ticket inquiries and other information, please call 375-3406 or visit http://www.hanforddrama.org/
Due to some swashbuckling excitement (violence) the show is Rated PG.Posted by Colleen D. Lane on