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PlayMakers | “Sherwood: The Adventures of Robin Hood”

Ken Ludwig's Sherwood at PlayMakers Repertory Company.

Tue–Sat at 7:30pm; Sun at 2:00pm; plus second Sat at 2:00pm.

MERRY MEN, MAID MARIAN, AND MUCH MERRIMENT

Comic genius Ken Ludwig brings his rip-roaring romp through Sherwood Forest to PlayMakers, with all the thrills and romance you could ever ask for. We’ll fill the theatre with flying arrows, clanging swords, and perilous feats of daring as you follow Little John, Friar Tuck, Maid Marian, and Robin Hood himself through this timeless story of a hero of the people who takes on the powers that be.

“Fun, frothy summer entertainment! A brightly colored, lighthearted take on the legend.”
–The San Diego Union-Tribune

“Whether you relish swashbuckling adventure, amorous exploits, or good triumphing over evil, you’ll find what you’re looking for here.”
–KSDS Jazz 88

UNC Students just $10!  UNC Faculty/Staff 10% Off.

Regular tickets start at just $15. Purchase online or call 919.962.7529.

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