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‘Marian’ play dates, times and ticket information

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Play:   Marian, or the True Tale of Robin Hood

Playwright: Adam Szymkowicz

Synopsis: Robin Hood is and has always been Maid Marian in disguise. Robin/Marian leads a motley group of Merry Men (many of whom are not men) against the greedy and duplicitous Prince John. As the poor get poorer and the rich get richer, who will stand for the vulnerable if not Robin?

Director: Rachael Endrizzi

Cast:

  • Robin Hood/Maid Marian- Shelley Sanders
  • Little John- Grant Cothren
  • Alanna Dale- Lisa Kuchinski
  • Will Scarlett- Tamicka Linstead
  • Friar Tuck- Karen Goldberg
  • Prince John- Patrick Day
  • Sheriff of Nottingham- Justin Larsche
  • Much, the Miller’s Son- Anna Grilli
  • Tommy of No Consequence/Lucy- Gerri Benzing
  • Guard 1- Kathy Grey
  • Guard 2- Lauren Drexler
  • Lady Shirley- Joann Haley
  • Sir Theo/Tanner- Angel Duncan
  • Sir Lenny/Gaurd- June Koc

Running Time: 90 minutes

Play Dates and Times: February 7-9 and 14-16 at 7:30 p.m., with 2:00 p.m. matinees on February 10 and 17.

Tickets: $22 members; $26 non-members. Call 239-939-2787 or purchase tickets online at http://www.artinlee.org.

Community Talkback: To widen the post-show conversation and discuss what the art onstage means to us as individuals and as a society, the Alliance will facilitate a community conversation through a talkback on February 17. (Talkbacks allow the audience to ask questions and express their thoughts, ideas on issues revealed in the play through the form of meaningful discussion with the cast or panel guests. The opportunity is included with ticket purchase.)

Audio Descriptor Performance: February 17. For theatregoers who are blind or have moderate to severe vision loss, the Alliance will provide a specially trained describer who verbalizes what’s happening on stage during pauses in dialogue. The describer uses a headset microphone, while individuals using the service listen through a receiver with a single earpiece. Reservation of headsets is required prior to the show by calling 239-939-2787.

Sponsors: Susan Ion Hogan, DDS.

Location: Foulds Theatre, Alliance for the Arts, 10091 McGregor Boulevard, just south of intersection of McGregor and Colonial.

February 5, 2019.

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