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
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.
"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."