Centerstage presents ‘Robin Hood’

A holiday panto, coming soon to Federal Way.

Centerstage Theatre is ringing in the holidays with their twelfth annual holiday pantomime.

This year they are presenting an all-new show, “Robin Hood.” Written by local director, actor and playwright Vince Brady, this show comes to you from the team that brought the critically acclaimed and record-breaking “Beauty and the Beast” and “Rapunzel.”

The show opens Saturday, Nov. 30, and plays through Sunday, Dec. 22 at Knutzen Family Theatre, 3200 SW Dash Point Road, Federal Way. A sensory-friendly performance will run at 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 8.

In classic British pantomime tradition, “Robin Hood” takes a story we know and tosses in twists you didn’t see coming. As always, the music is a high point, taking pop songs from past and present and combining hilarious new lyrics with amazing vocals and engaging dances. Audience participation and jokes of all kinds are a hallmark of the Panto style, with laughs coming one after the other and a unique experience at each show. There is a reason the Panto at Centerstage has become an annual tradition for hundreds of patrons, and it continues to grow every year. Join Centerstage this season and add some extra magic to your holidays.

As always, the Christmas cast is a mix of experienced Centerstage Panto performers and incredible new talent. Returning from last year’s show are Centerstage favorites

More information about the play, along with tickets can be found and purchased on www.centerstagetheatre.com or by calling 253-661-1444.


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