Author and blogger C.M. Rubin interviewed us for The Huffington Post. Thanks for coming down!
Robin Hood is a lot of fun, and you can feel good about supporting it too! In the past two years of sold out shows, the McIntyre’s have raised over $9,000 for charity with their productions. This year continues their tradition of using the pantomime to raise money for two local charities: Rent Party and St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center. The show is also a family enterprise, from the husband and wife team at the helm, to the many children acting alongside their parents. Whitney Pillsbury, playing the ‘Dame’, describes watching his son develop during the process: “I’ve watched my son go from being too shy to try out for the part to being a very professional young thespian. He has become responsible for his own wardrobe and cues and I could not be more proud of him.” And perhaps the best advertisement comes from Alexandra Krim, a 13-year-old member of the cast, who says: “Pantos are lots more fun because you don’t have to do what’s expected in a normal play.” So if you are in the area, be sure to check out this hilarious very loud version of a fairy tale classic.
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