"Robin Hood: Thief, Brigand" Presented By Noma & The Nola Project

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In Sherwood Forest, the wealthy and the poor are about to trade sides...

The New Orleans Museum of Art and The NOLA Project invite you to experience a NEW take on a classic tale! “Robin Hood: Thief, Brigand” follows Robin and his band of Merry Men who accidentally intercept a chest full of gold coins on its way to France. What they believe to be a great bounty stolen from the land’s wealthiest citizens turns out, in fact, to be a ransom payment for the imprisoned King Richard. Robin and his men distribute the stolen gold to the land’s poor, but when Richard’s brother, the oppressive King John, finds out the land’s poorest citizens are quickly becoming distinctly middle-class, he vows to destroy the man they call Robin Hood. Throw in bows, arrows, brawls, and ballads, and this adventurous adaptation is sure to please young and old alike!

The script is a brand-new telling of the Robin Hood tale written by New Orleans playwright Andrew Vaught and commissioned by The NOLA Project and NOMA. The production, directed by Beau Bratcher, features several local favorites including NOLA Project company members Natalie Boyd, Keith Claverie, Alex Martinez Wallace as the villainous King, and James Bartelle as the charismatic Robin Hood.

• Production Dates: May 6-24 Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays at 7pm (Excluding May 8)
• Seating begins at 6pm | Show starts at 7pm sharp
• Ticket Pricing: $20 General Admission and $14 Backstage Pass Members and NOMA Members
• Bring-Your-Own Seating: There will be a front section for blankets and an area in the rear for chairs. This entire production will take place in one location in the front Pine Grove.

For rain date policy, Group Sales information and more, visit our website: http://nolaproject.com/page--robin-hood.php

This production is made possible in part by a grant from the New Orleans Theatre Association
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By: The NOLA Project