Port Angeles High School’s Robin Hood spoof presented this weekend

PORT ANGELES — The Port Angeles High School Thespian Society will present the play The Somewhat True Tale of Robin Hood written by Mary Lynn Dobson on Thursday through Sunday.

The Somewhat True Tale of Robin Hood will be performed at the Port Angeles High School Performing Arts Center, at 304 E. Park Ave., at 6 p.m. Thursday, 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday and at 2 p.m. Sunday.

Tickets are $10 for general admission, $5 for seniors 60 and older, and free to children younger than 10. Tickets can be purchased only at the door with cash or check.

The Somewhat True Tale of Robin Hood is a spoof on the classic story of Robin Hood. Featuring Monty Pythonesque humor, the story follows the egotistical hero, Robin Hood, as he fights for what’s right, along with the hand of marriage to Lady Marian.

The show is audience-participation heavy. It is student-directed by Abby Sanford with assistance from Tado Parsinen.

This spring’s production stars freshmen Emily Boling, Michael Herring and Charlie Kasten, sophomores Berkley Thompson, Olivia Maeder, Luke Rudell, Jasper Ladd, Dakota Cassinelli, Serenity Romo and Annabelle Villa, junior Shayla Partridge and senior Frankie Williams.

The tech team, taught by Barry Landry, consists of sophomores Madison McIntyre, Josey Cooley, Lillie Commeree, juniors Xavier Caskey and Makenna Larson and seniors Mckenzie Trantham, Megan Boyd, Zelby Gloria and others.

More in Entertainment

The Bunker to host final session before summer break

The Bunker, a free teen art studio hosted by… Continue reading

Assemblage artist Steve Parmelee, pictured at his workbench, will come to Port Townsend’s Northwind Art School to teach a workshop July 9-10. (photo courtesy Steve Parmelee)
Summer classes under way at nonprofit art school

Three kinds of joy come from found-object art, said… Continue reading

Matthew Daline and Kristin Smith, forground, will perform with the Port Townsend Symphony Orchestra’s chamber concert orchestra on Sunday. (Karl Perry)
Port Townsend Symphony Orchestra concert Sunday

The Port Townsend Symphony Orchestra will present a chamber… Continue reading

The Fulton Street Chamber Players including, from left, Rachel Swerdlow, Walter Gray and Cordula Merks, will be joined by Stephen Balderston and John Weller, not pictured, at Concerts in the Barn this weekend.
Fulton Street Chamber Players to perform at Concerts in the Barn

The Fulton Street Chamber Players will perform cello quintets by… Continue reading

Garden tour, opera highlight Peninsula events

A garden tour, an opera and an outdoor concert highlight this weekend’s… Continue reading

The Jesse Roper band, pictured at the Juan de Fuca Festival in May, will play the Concerts on the Pier series Aug. 7 in Port Angeles. (Juan de Fuca Foundation for the Arts)
Free outdoor concert series brings new acts to Peninsula

‘Fun becomes addictive’ at events in Port Angeles, Port Townsend and Sequim

Elora Wilson, 10, and her mother, Eria Wilson of Sequim, create solstice crowns to wear on their heads at a craft table in Webster’s Woods Sculpture Park at the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center during Saturday’s Summertide Solstice Art Festival. The event featured music entertainment, poetry reading, crafts, food and games as a celebration of the upcoming beginning of summer and the longest day of the year. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Summertide festival

Elora Wilson, 10, and her mother, Eria Wilson of Sequim, create solstice… Continue reading

Errin Duane Brooks.
Port Angeles Symphony to present ‘La Bohème’ this weekend

Sunday performance will take place at Field Arts Events Hall

Rick Estrin and the Nightcats to play at Palindrome

Rick Estrin and The Nightcats will perform at 7:30… Continue reading

Organ recital set for Sunday

Noah Smith will perform music from the Romantic era… Continue reading

‘Hamlet’ to be screened at Olympic Theatre Arts

Movies at OTA will conclude with a screening of “Hamlet”… Continue reading