Robin Hood and his merry band roams into area
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Robin Hood and his merry band have a little dress rehearsal before the plays start up this week.
Robin Hood and his merry band have a little dress rehearsal before the plays start up this week.
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BRATTLEBORO- The New England Youth Theatre presents “Robin Hood,” adapted and directed by Peter Gould and Amy Majer.

Robin Hood and his merry band have been roaming Sherwood Forest for about a thousand years, robbing the rich and giving all the money to the poor, and now they are back at NEYT under the masterful direction of Gould with additional direction by Majer. With lots of wonderful character work by talented young actors, this production also features lighting design by NEYT alum Jay Gelter.

The play performs Friday, February 9, and 16, at 7 pm, and Saturday, February 10 and 17, at 2 and 7 pm. Tickets for these performances are $11 for adults, $10 for seniors, and $7 for students.

New England Youth Theatre is an accessible theater, with accommodations for wheelchairs and assistive listening devices for patrons who are hard of hearing.

Tickets may be purchased in advance at www.neyt.org, in person at the NEYT box office, or by phone, (802) 246-6398, from 12 to 5 pm on Wednesdays. New England Youth Theatre is at 100 Flat Street.

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