Henry Wendel as the sheriff tells his assistant, played by McHenry Miller, his plan to capture Robin.

Henry Wendel as the sheriff tells his assistant, played by McHenry Miller, his plan to capture Robin.

Children’s theater re-imagines old tale

PORT ANGELES — Port Angeles Community Players Children’s theater will present the play “Merry Men” by Kemuel DeMoville, in a re-imagined telling of a familiar story this weekend.

The outdoor performances will be at 7 p.m. Friday, 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday at the Port Angeles Community Playhouse at 1235 E. Lauridsen Blvd.

Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children; they are available only at the door.

Audience members are asked to bring chairs and sunscreen. Face masks are not required.

Student director Olivia Wray’s cast includes Ayah Al-Sallag, Carter Anderson, Quinlee Anderson, Izzy Bowen, Piper Bullington, September Crow, Axel Coghenour, Kai Lachner, Kydn Meyer, McHenry Miller, Veronica Schaefermeyer, Aubrey Tanner, Mabel Waknitz, Henry Wendel, Isaac Wendel and Piper Wikert.

Henry Wendel as the sheriff tells his assistant, played by Mchenry Miller, his plan to capture Robin.
Henry Wendel as the sheriff tells his assistant, played by Mchenry Miller, his plan to capture Robin.

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