Robin Hood

Oct. 13-21, 2018 | chatterBOXtheatre | Take aim at the timeless tale

Join Robin Hood and his band of merry men as this classic folk tale transports chatterBOXtheatre to the legendary Sherwood Forest! Good triumphs over evil in the fight for what is right!

Robin Hood


Sat. Oct. 13, 2018 – 4:00pm
Sun. Oct. 14, 2018 – 1:00pm
Sun. Oct. 14, 2018 – 4:00pm
Sat. Oct. 20, 2018 – 4:00pm
Sun. Oct. 21, 2018 – 1:00pm
Sun. Oct. 21, 2018 – 4:00pm

Sponsored By

FBP Black Box Theatre
825 Hope St., Providence RI 02906

$25 (adults), $15 (children under 12)
Tickets available Sept. 4, 2018
All patrons, regardless of age, must have a ticket for entry.

Music: Various
Choreography: Mary Ellen Beaudreau
Narration: Len Cabral or Marlon Carey
Sound Design: Mary Ellen Beaudreau
Please note, Mr. Cabral and Mr. Carey each speak one weekend, respectively. Casting is subject to change without notice.

Approx. 45 minutes

Admission includes post-show reception with complimentary Seven Stars Bakery cookies and milk. Meet the cast and snap a few photos!

Robin Hood is a legendary story about a heroic outlaw and highly skilled archer who stole from the rich to help the poor. Robin Hood lived in the forest, hunting and living with his fellow outlaws. He stood up against—and frequently outwitted—people in power and bravely came to the assistance of those in need. Robin Hood’s friendship with his best friend, Little John and his taboo romantic relationship with Maid Marian encapsulate themes of trust, care and reveal that love can conquer all inequities in social status. Focus on Maid Marian’s resistance to the status quo and rebellion against a traditional woman’s role of the era will also bring about relevant themes of women’s equality.

FBP’s production of Robin Hood will be a fun and educational experience for all ages. With bouts of humor, exciting fight scenes and a little romance, our retelling of Robin Hood will highlight the importance of teamwork, equity, kindness, sharing and justice for all. Historical contexts within the music score and social dance motifs are extracted from the 1100s-1500s, when the story of Robin Hood was adapted and re-adapted. With a narrator as the focal point along with recorded music from the Middle Ages, instrumental compositions from Africa and the Middle East, our Robin Hood is a story ballet deconstructed and re-imaged.

chatterBOXtheatre ballets are a perfect introduction to ballet for little ones. The charming stories and abbreviated length are sure to keep even the squirmiest kiddo engaged!

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