Cuesheet 2013-2014 Season

The Adventures of Robin Hood

Visible Fictions of Scotland

Just when you thought you knew this famous tale, two actors from Scotland will tell you the story of Robin Hood in a way you’ve never heard or seen it before. In describing and acting out the legend, the actors will take you on an amazing journey where you’ll find yourself among a band of merry thieves. Plus, you’ll learn a new thing or two about Robin’s story.

View the Cuesheet performance guide online or use the resources below to go deeper.

  • Be sure to check out Visible Fictions’ website to learn more about the Scottish theater company and its other productions.
  • How has the legend of Robin Hood evolved over time? And did a real Robin Hood ever exist? Discover the answers on HISTORY.com.
  • Are you a storyteller? Create and share your own illustrated stories at Myths and Legends.
  • Take it one step further and create and direct your own digital play on Stage'd.

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