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Meredith Garretson as Maid Marian and Daniel Reece as Robin Hood in the Globe-commissioned world premiere of Ken Ludwig's Robin Hood!
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(from left) Paul Whitty as Little John and Andy Grotelueschen as Friar Tuck
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Daniel Reece as Robin Hood PC: Jim Cox

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Kevin Cahoon as The Sheriff of Nottingham and Suzelle Palacios as Doerwynn
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Meredith Garretson as Maid Marian and Daniel Reece as Robin Hood
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Meredith Garretson as Maid Marian
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Suzelle Palacios as Doerwynn and Michael Boatman as Much the Miller
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Robin Hood

Robin Hood!

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“Ken is American's preeminent comic playwright. Our field has no one else like him. With Robin Hood! he has fashioned an extraordinary new take on the legend. The play is a fun summer romp full of swashbuckling and romance, and it’s also a moving tale of a young man’s discovery that everyone has a responsibility to care for his fellow man."
-Barry Edelstein, Artistic Director, The Old Globe

Packed with thrills, romance, laughs, and great characters like Little John, Friar Tuck, and Maid Marian, Robin Hood! tells the timeless story of a hero of the people who takes on the powers that be. So get ready to duck a quarterstaff or two—you won’t want to miss a moment of the swashbuckling fun! Robin Hood! opened at The Old Globe Theatre in San Diego, CA on July 30, 2017.


Reviews

CRITIC'S CHOICE
“Fun, frothy summer entertainment! A brightly colored, lighthearted take on the legend, which audiences may find just right for a summer evening in Balboa Park.”
—The San Diego Union-Tribune

“An ingenious production! The marvelous, chameleon-like cast of eight keeps us delighted, amused and engaged. Whether you relish swashbuckling adventure, amorous exploits, or good triumphing over evil, you'll find what you're looking for here. The humor consistently hits the mark.”
—KSDS JAZZ 88

“A comedic spin! The merriment of this show's merry men—and women—is contagious, making Ken Ludwig's Robin Hood!'s exclamation point well deserved.”

—Sarasota Magazine

Production Photos


Photos by Jim Cox

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The cast of the Globe-commissioned world premiere of Ken Ludwig's Robin Hood!

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(from left) Andy Grotelueschen as Friar Tuck, Michael Boatman as Prince John, Suzelle Palacios as Doerwynn, and Kevin Cahoon as The Sheriff of Nottingham

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(from left) Kevin Cahoon as The Sheriff of Nottingham and Manoel Felciano as Sir Guy of Gisbourne

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Meredith Garretson as Maid Marian and Manoel Felciano as Sir Guy of Gisbourne

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(from left) Manoel Felciano as Sir Guy as Gisbourne, Michael Boatman as Prince John, and Kevin Cahoon as The Sheriff of Nottingham

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(from left) Manoel Felciano as Sir Guy of Gisbourne and Daniel Reece as Robin Hood

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(from left) Meredith Garretson as Maid Marian, Daniel Reece as Robin Hood, Andy Grotelueschen as Friar Tuck, and Paul Whitty as Little John

Video



News

The San Diego Union Tribune:Globe revisits a hero for the ages with Ken Ludwig comedy 'Robin Hood!'

Desert News: Ken Ludwig's World Premiere "Robin Hood!"


Casting Announced for Ken Ludwig's Robin Hood! at The Old Globe

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