Don’t Miss the Hilarious Production of ‘Robin Hood’
The SAS Players present a rollicking take on the outlaw folk hero of England’s green and pleasant land, “Robin Hood,” this Friday, May 5 and Saturday, May 6, at 7 p.m. In this version of the Nottingham legend by Larry Blamire, Robin only finds himself a hero by chance; it is Maid Marian who is the superior sword fighter. Watch how the Merry Men (and women) of Sherwood forest thwart the Sheriff’s sleazy schemes and King John’s vicious taxes in language that “steers smoothly between neo-Shakespearian parody and modern slang.” If you and your family love a good swashbuckling comedy, come to the McCrory Hall for the Performing Arts on the SAS campus tonight and tomorrow. Tickets will be sold at the door and are $5 for students, $10 for adults, free to current SAS students and faculty. The SAS Players always put on an amazing show!