ROBIN HOOD
ISBN: 978-1-61588-131-4
Type: Full Length
Genres: Comedy, Farce, Classics
Themes: Classic Adaptations, Medieval
Duration: 90 minutes
Speaking Cast: 2 females, 2 males, 3-13 either (7-17 total cast)
Flexibility: 0-20 extras, doubling possible, gender flexible
SYNOPSIS: Experience a fresh take on the life of Robin Hood, prince of thieves, through the amusing narrative of wandering minstrel-troubadour, Friar Tuck, as the legend marvelously comes to life! Meet Little John, Robin’s right-hand-man, Maid Marian, Robin’s sweetheart and love, and Marian’s dedicated handmaiden, Cassandra. Robin Hood will take you through the legend of Sherwood Forest to the robbing of the Sheriff’s men, when Robin Hood dared to defy both the evil Sheriff of Nottingham and the despotic monarch King John. With ample room to include troubadours, jugglers, jesters, strolling minstrels, acrobats, and perhaps a little audience participation, this adaption of a classic tale is sure to please viewers of all ages!
Grandview Middle School
Grandview, WA
Perry High School
Perry, IA
Santa Fe Unit School
Lyles, TN
Winfield R-IV High School
Winfield, MO
Bacon Academy
Colchester, CT
Bullock Creek Auditorium
Midland, MI
"We produced Robin Hood by Dan Neidermyer. The play was a huge success. The minimal set allowed for some exceptional acting on the part of my students and we had great fun choreographing the fight sequences. Thank you for fun plays like Robin Hood."
By Traci Dunn - Marion C. Early High School - Drama Director
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Script
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Notebook Script
$16.75 $0.00
Performance Royalty
$65.00 $0.00
Video Rights
$30.00 $0.00
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