“The Legend of Robin Hood takes the audience on an action-packed journey that’s familiar to so many generations,” said Todd Herman, executive director of the Arkansas Arts Center. “The audience will be entertained as Robin Hood and his gang take them on adventure after adventure through Nottingham.”
Swords will clash. Arrows will fly. Truth and justice will be championed. From the treetops of Sherwood, the call rings out: “Come to the forest, all ye of stout heart and true. Rally to Robin Hood and his Merry Band as they outwit and outclass the nasty Sheriff of Nottingham. Now is the time to find your heart and your courage. Now is the time to liberate England’s honest poor from the strangling grasp of tyranny.
The cast for The Legend of Robin Hood includes:
- Noah Kaplan of Virginia Beach VA, as Robin Hood
- Katie Campbell of Little Rock as Marian of Lea
- Jordan Taylor of Little Rock as the Old Woman
- Drew Posey of Jonesboro as the Sheriff of Nottingham
- Paige Carpenter of Lonsdale as The Prioress of Kirklees
- Richard Nelson of Little Rock as Forrester Willie
- Margaret Lowry of Little Rock as Much
- John Isner of Little Rock as Little John
- Mark Hansen of Little Rock as Will Scarlet and Sir Guy of Gisbourne
- Jeremy Matthey of Little Rock as Alan-a-Dale
- Genevieve West Fulks of Jonesboro as Ellen of Lea
- Keara Billings of Little Rock as an ensemble member
- Kate Kelly of Little Rock as an ensemble member
- Gabriel Moleta of Brazil as an ensemble member
Bradley Anderson is the artistic director. Keith Smith is the playwright for the production. Sets are designed by MA Hare; costumes are designed by Erin Larkin; technical direction by Drew Posey; lighting design by Penelope Poppers; properties design by Miranda Young; fight choreography by Brett Ihler and Sarah Gasser is the stage manager.
The Arkansas Arts Center Children’s Theatre presenting sponsor is Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield and the season sponsor is Dr. Loren Bartole, ‘Family Footcare’; Pay What You Can Night is sponsored by Dorothy Morris.
Arkansas Arts Center Children’s Theatre is supported in part by: The Shubert Foundation, the City of Little Rock; the Little Rock Convention and Visitors Bureau; Arkansas Arts Center Board of Trustees; and the Arkansas Arts Council, an agency of the Department of Arkansas Heritage and the National Endowment for the Arts.
Performances for the public Fridays at 7pm and Saturdays & Sundays at 2pm.