Robin Hood, Shakespearean Style, at Oak Park Festival Theatre
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The last date listed for Robin Hood was Saturday August 25, 2007 / 8:00pm.
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Featured review from Galena S.
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I gladly gave it three stars. We really liked the production. We had great weather and enjoyed a picnic on the grounds beforehand. A loaf of bread, a jug of sparkling grape juice, and "thou". The set was enhanced by the trees and fireflies. The costumes, music, lighting, and script were excellent. My professional sound man husband noticed that the microphones could have been improved by moving them just slightly, but it was not noticeable. There was a wardrobe malfunction that could have been avoided, but it didn't seem to disturb the children attending. All in all, it was a great experience. My husband is still talking about it.
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We thought we were going to be late to this show, but parking was incredibly easy (in the ramp across the street from the park--free, no less!) and the park was small, so we didn't have to search all over for the "box office" or stage. Next time,...continued
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