Coming to Maplewood January 2015 – “Robin Hood: A Very British Pantomime!”

That’s right, Ladies & Gentlemen, boys and girls, Deadgood Events may have moved to the sunnier vales of California, but the Maplewood holiday Panto tradition will live on at the Burgdorff Cultural Center for 2 weekends on January 2nd-4th and 9th-11th. Watch this space for details on how you can score the hottest tickets in town.
Suburban Legend presents Robin Hood: A Very British Pantomime, a family show written, directed, produced by and starring local residents, with profits benefiting local charities. BOO the Sheriff of Nottingham! HUZZAH at the antics of Robin Hood and his Merry Band! Sing along to our silly songs and be ready to laugh some of the best worst jokes ever told in Maplewood.
The year is 1194. England’s King Richard the Lionheart has been captured on his way back from the crusades and is being held for ransom. His brother, Prince John, is hoping to align with France in order to take England’s throne in Richard’s absence, and has enlisted the ambitious Sheriff of Nottingham to help him raise funds for his cause.
Join Robin Hood and his band of merry outlaws, the feisty Maid Marian and her nanny Matilda, his young apprentices the Hoodies, the Real Housewives of Sherwood Forest and a mysterious deer as they fight together to stop the Sheriff and his sidekick Guy of Gisbourne’s wicked plan to overthrow the king!

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