Robin Hood (What Dreams May Co.)
Robin Hood (What Dreams May Co.)

Robin Hood (What Dreams May Co.) NYC Reviews and Tickets

(3 Ratings)
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Entertaining, Great acting, Funny, Great singing, Refreshing

About the Show

Queens Shakespeare and What Dreams May Co. present a fresh, action-packed take on the classic story, with a female Little John and a Maid Marian who can save herself.

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Show-Score Member Reviews (3)

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146 Reviews | 34 Followers
Entertaining, Funny, Great acting, Great singing, Refreshing

See it if You like small theater with an interesting and somewhat contemporary take on Robin Hood. Musician at beginning and intermission was great.

Don't see it if You aren't a fan of small theater

26 Reviews | 7 Followers
Delightful, Entertaining, Great acting, Great singing, Fun

See it if you enjoy quippy, well-acted takes on classic theater; if you like some music in your shows; if you want something light and fun yet great.

Don't see it if you dislike genderbent casting or minor characters made lgbt

43 Reviews | 33 Followers
Funny, Great acting, Slow, Entertaining, Quirky

See it if If you like a Robin Hood. Shows with non traditional casting. Great actors. Small, intimate shows. the issues with this show is the writing.

Don't see it if You can't sit for a long time, it's a two and a half hour show. If you don't like mixed modern references and period dialog. Read more

Critic Reviews (1)

Stage Buddy
July 5th, 2017

"Above all, this is a fun and quirky (if not 100% successful) retelling of the legend…Blamire's script contains moments that are downright hilarious, and several very well-crafted lines. At times, though, the script feels like it's trying to straddle a region somewhere between Shakespeare and Monty Python—which is brilliant when it's pulled off, though it doesn't always work…Though it waffles a bit in the middle, 'Robin Hood'—as most adaptations of the legend do—ends satisfactorily."
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