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Robin Hood
By Don Nigro

Directed by Cliff Mayotte

Marvin Green as Robin and Jessa Brie Berkner in the 1997 "Robin Hood"

Producer’s Perspective:

After the success of Peter Pan, we thought our audiences would enjoy another “family classic.” Lucas McClure, an actor in the company who also initiated our Young Company program of Shakespeare classes for children, told us about a version of Robin Hood that had been wildly successful at the Idaho Shakespeare Festival. In fact, the production was such a hit the Idaho folks had brought it back for a second year the following season. We read the play and enjoyed its playfulness.
It had wonderful characters that would give actors a chance to flaunt their versatility, and a strong moral message that seemed to get at the core of what is important about the Robin Hood story.


Cast of Characters

Alan a' Dale
Maid Marian
Lady Quigley
Sheriff of Nottingham
Constable Watt
Gill Redcap
Diccon Cruishank
Robin Hood
Little John
Davey o'Doncaster
Will Stutely
Will Scarlet
Friar Tuck
Prince John
Queen Eleanor
Yorick, a jester
Sally Serving Wench/ Ellen Dear
Jenny Brown
Crazy Betty/ Old Gummy Granny
Eadom o'the Blue Boar
Cootie the Drunk
Dark Monk / Purvis the Peddler
Grok, a jester /Flint the Beggar
Blind Benny
Deaf Danny
Dumb Duggan

Seamus Seanochoai

Jessa Brie Berkner

Deborah Ben-Eliezer

Michael Oakes

Paul Silverman
Reid Edelman
Danton Char
Marvin Greene*
Len Pettigrew
Gregory Scott Cherry
Stephen Bass
Michael Eliopoulos
Patrick Flick*
Susan Papa
Louis Sims*
Connie Mattson
Assaf Cohen
Elisabeth Kirby
Victoria Evans
Catey Simonton
Paul Silverman
Reid Edelman
Lucas McClure
Assaf Cohen
Louise Chegwidden
Danton Char
Travis Wyckoff
Lucy Choi

Mairds of Tuxford
Sir Stephen
King Richard
Sister Felicity

Deborah Ben Eliezer, Patrick Leveque, Susan Papa
Robert Currier
Louise Chegwidden
Lucas McClure
Connie Matson
Amy Martin
Alex-BondUpson, Jackson Currier, Kristin Danels, Tim Fessenden, Hannah Husband, Risa Sandberg,
Blake Bond-Upson

Production Staff

Artistic Director – Robert Currier
Managing Director – Lesley Schisgall Currier
Set and Lighting Design - Bruce Lackovic
Costume Design - K.C. Wallace
Sound Design - Billie Cox
Props Design - Mary Jo Goss
Fight Direction - The Academy of the Sword
Dialect Coach – Kimberly Mohne
Production Stage Manager - Evi Pazmanczyk*

*Member of Actor's Equity Association



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