Missoula Children's Theatre Presents 'Robin Hood'
Join Robin Hood, Maid Marion, Marion's Maid, the Sheriff of Nottingham and a host of others in a musical wonderland Friday, Oct. 10, at 7 p.m. and Saturday, Oct. 11, at 3 and 7 p.m. at the Sunrise Theater when the Missoula Children's Theatre and more than 50 local students present an original musical adaptation of "Robin Hood."
Playing the title character, Robin Hood, is local student Savannah Merritt. The Missoula Children's Theatre Tour Actor/Director Katelyn Vawter is playing Sherwood of the Forest.
Other featured performers include Katherine McMurray as Maid Marion, Haley Butler as Marion's Maid, Killian Poplyk as the Sheriff of Nottingham and Zoe Harrison as Prince John.
The Merry Band is made up of Chandler O'Mahoney, Emily McMurray, Kayla Anderson, Katherine Clark, Ashtyn Clark, Angeliqua Dean, Timothy Shinners, Haley Avendutti, and Mary McMurray. Madeline Sinsley, Carolina Golden, Cooper Wrona, Zachary Prigg, Isabel Frisen, Rebecca Sawyer, and Madelyn Wooten will play the guards.
Appearing as the aristocrats are Winter Williams, Daniel Prigg, Kate Liner, Clay Cooper, and Hanna Duncan. Kelsey Blatz, Ana Golden, Ryan Curran, and Skyler Adams will play the horsemen and Aurora Hershey, Rayne Williams, Rebecca Brock, Jenna Burns, Dorian Morales, Hannah Burns, Sofie Sorenson, and Ethan Blatz make up the foresters. Chad Sawyer, Sean Blatz, Casey Snyder, Andrew Lennon, Jocelyn Morales, Julia Neveu, Patrick McMurray, Kelly Shinners, Lily Sawyer, Emma Wooten, Madelaine Bradley, Emory Bradley, Hannah Gulley, and Mary Gray will perform the roles of the skunks.
Stevie Adams and Maddison Wright have served as assistant directors throughout the week.
Tickets are $5 for ACMC members and $8 for non-members and are available for advance purchase at the Campbell House and for sale at the Sunrise box office, 30 minutes prior to each show time.
The Missoula Children's Theatre residency in Moore County is brought here by the Arts Council of Moore County with support from Time Warner Cable and the North Carolina Arts Council, an agency funded by the State of North Carolina and the National Endowment for the Arts.
For tickets and information, call (910) 692-4356 or click onto www.artscouncil-moore.org.
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