All performances at 7:30 p.m.
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Neither robbing from the rich nor giving to the poor is involved, but the Curtain Players' production of "Robin Hood and the Secret of Sherwood" is definitely an act of charity. The play, which opened last week and continues tonight through Saturday, is being staged at the outdoor Alum Creek North Park Amphitheater in Westerville.
With a new interpretation of a classic tale, the Westerville-area-based Curtain Players are hoping to begin a transition from 'a lovely secret' to popular entertainment option. Beginning today, June 16, Curtain Players will stage Robin Hood and the Secret of Sherwood, adapted by writer and former Curtain Players president Jeremy Sony.
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