Sherwood: The Adventures of Robin Hood

Written by Ken Ludwig

June 9 – July 2

Fridays & Saturdays at 7:30pm | Sundays at 2pm

Monday, June 19 at 7:30pm – Pay What You Can

Packed with thrills, romance, laughter, and immortal characters like Little John, Friar Tuck, and Maid Marian, Sherwood: The Adventures of Robin Hood tells the enduring story of a hero of the people who takes on the ruthless powers that be. So get ready to duck a quarterstaff or two – you won’t want to miss a moment of the swashbuckling fun!

Run time:  2 hours, plus a 15 minute intermission

Post Show Discussion:  Sunday, June 18, immediately following the 2pm show

Content Warning:  Innuendo, swash-buckling violence. Best enjoyed by ages 8+

Audio Described performance:  Sunday, July 2 at 2pm

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Covid Protocol

Masks are always appreciated and may be required based on current  COVID-19 Hospitalization Levels or when requested by individual casts, directors, or instructors. For more information see our full Covid-19 Protocol.



Robin Hood – Lance Krohn
Maid Marian – Madeline Achen
Friar Tuck – Lisa Shafer
Little John – Aaron Ruder
Deorwynn – Haley Dale
Sir Guy of Gisbourne – Michael Bloom
The Sheriff of Nottingham – Jeffrey Nolan
Prince John – Michael Bak
Ensemble – Nell Blackwoodson, Thomas Burr, Daniel Hildebrand, Kate Peters, Clare Rolinger, Ryan Voss



Director – Stephanie Long
Asst. Director/Violence Director – Mason Tyer
Stage Manager – Toni Solie
Set Designer – Sadie Ward
Lighting Designer – Mark Kieffer
Costume Designers – Carolann Winther/Colleen O’Dell
Prop Designer – Vicky Erickson
Sound Designer – Robert Hoffman
Intimacy Director – H. Ashley
Assistant Stage Manager – Kerry Landin
Assistant Set Designer – Cherelle-Renee Childs
Light Board Operator – Andrew Pritchard
Sound Board Operator – Laura Doty 
Backstage Crew – Sarah Collins


  • Friday, June 9, 7:30pm: Opening Night – 10% of all ticket sales will be donated to the Afghan Cultural Society
  • Saturday, June 10, 7:30pm: Sustainable Design Talkback Featuring Sadie Ward immediately following the performance
  • Sunday, June 18, 7:30pm: Audience Discussion with Cast and Director immediately following the performance
  • Every Saturday (June 10, 17, 24, and July 1): Optional Dress up Nights

Theatre in the Round is proud to partner with Afghan Cultural Society (ACS) for this production to foster a spirit of giving and supporting our neighbors.  ACS’s mission is to advocate for and empower newly arriving refugees and established immigrant communities through a range of services, including assisting them in improving their mental and social health, promoting economic self-sufficiency, and creating a space for cultural well-being.


Show off your Ren-Fest finery at Saturday night performances. For these (purely optional) dress-up nights, dig out your corsets, crowns, and pantaloons and join us in Sherwood Forest (but please leave your weapons at home – all swashbuckling will be left to the actors).


Sadie Ward is Executive Director of the Minneapolis Green Theatre Alliance. As a chapter of the Broadway Green Theatre Alliance, their mission is to educate, motivate, and inspire the entire theatre community and its patrons to adopt environmentally friendlier practices.