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The Lady of Sherwood (Virtual Tickets)

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The family saga of Robin Hood continues in this brand, new musical adventure by award-winning playwright Stephen Gashler. Far from your typical Robin Hood play, imagine The Scarlet Pimpernel meets Les Misérables with a heavy dose of humor and sensational music inspired by Celtic Woman, River Dance, and Two Steps From Hell. Paradigms shift as trusted kings become tyrants, heroes become villains, and “stealing from the rich and giving to the poor” no longer seems ethical. When England falls to mobs and chaos, Aspen, the free-spirited and free-thinking daughter of Robin Hood, must do what it takes to stop a war.

The Lady of Sherwood has mild, PG violence and is recommended for families with older children. There is no profanity or suggestive content. The featured (adult) cast can be viewed both at the theater and as a virtual performance with a private YouTube link. (One virtual ticket is good for an entire household.)

Virtual Tickets

After purchasing your virtual ticket (one ticket is good for an entire household), you will receive a private YouTube link to the virtual performance of Great Hall Theatrical’s 2021 production of THE LADY OF SHERWOOD.

SKU: 208 Category: Product ID: 1172

2 reviews for The Lady of Sherwood (Virtual Tickets)

  1. Kim meyer (verified owner)

    Absolutely loved it !
    Loved the story, Stephen Gashler is an amazing playwright/composer !
    Everyone had beautiful voices, the songs were beautiful .
    Loooved Michael Mehner as King Richard ! He did an outstanding job !
    Will recommend to everyone I know !

  2. Kevin S. Cottrell

    Lots of fun as always. The Gashler Team are wonderfully talented on stage as well as behind the scenes. The cast and crew are clearly dedicated to to their craft. There is certainly no shortage of performers, during the curtain call the deck is packed solid from left to right. (this is a good thing)
    A special shout-out to the charismatic Matthew DelaFuente. Although his roll for this production was small…is stage presence is commanding and would no doubt have “killed” as the romantic lead character Hawk! (no offence to Sir Ben Spencer)

    Questionably yours,

    Kevin Sean Cottrell esq.

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