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The Adventures of Robin Hood (Oberon Plays…

The Adventures of Robin Hood (Oberon Plays for Young People)

by Oliver Emanuel

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So is Robin Hood a real person? Yes and no. What does that mean? He's a legend... a myth. Define myth, please. A story that has been told so many times it's impossible to tell if it's true anymore. A shadow creeps across the courtyard of Nottingham Castle. Someone has been stealing chickens which is a crime punishable by the loss of an ear. The Sheriff of Nottingham and his wolf are lying in wait but tonight they will get more than they bargain for... A tale that's been told a thousand times - although never quite like this - The Adventures of Robin Hood is a story about heroism and friendship, corruption and murder. There are sword fights, archery competitions, daring rescues and impossible escapes. A wild, anarchic take on an ancient story. Originally commissioned by Visible Fictions and the Kennedy Centre, Washington DC.… (more)

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