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Way Out West brings Robin Hood to Sidney


Brandon L. Summers

"Robin Hood and His Merry Men" director Tyler Bailey, right, with assistance from cast member Tia Pritchard, bring in elements of the June show's set to Sidney High School. The show, which involves the audience, is full of surprises, Bailey promises.

Way Out West Community Theater's new show "Robin Hood and his Merry Men" is "not your typical Robin Hood story," Director Tyler Bailey said.

"You have Robin, Marian, King Richard, Little John, Friar Tuck and the Sheriff," Bailey said. "But we add some characters in there, some things you wouldn't expect in this show."

The participatory show, written by Richard Gremel, not only involves the audience, but Sidney itself.

"It gives you insight into why certain things are done in the show," Bailey said. "This show, we've got girls playing guy parts, and they hit on it during the show why, being...

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