Scenes from the Vermillion Community Theatre’s presentation of the home-grown musical “Robin Hood: Spirit of the Greene.” The musical, written by a group of local men and first performed 10 years ago, proved to be as popular as ever in among patrons of local theatre in Vermillion. (Photos by David Lias)
The Apothecary (Mecia Graham) and the Apothecary Kids (not identified in order) Henry Anderson, Lidia Anderson, Sarah Burbach, Rylee Nordyke, Tatem Passick, Abby Roob, Julius Sjolie, Gunnar Swanson, Brooklyn Williams, Paul Hulac, and Sarah Hulac sing and dance to the tune “All Things Grow.”
Robin Hood (Caleb Olson) and Warrick, the sheriff of Nottingham, battle after meeting in Sherwood Forest. The two men, who were childhood friends, fought to a draw, with Warrick warning Robin that his life was in danger from Prince John and Guy of Gisbourne.
Prince John (center) is joined by nuns (not identified in order) Dani Dornbush, Erin Burrow, Susan Hackemer, Carol Voss-Ward, Nancy Zuercher, Cindy Aden, Lynn Lawrensen and Leslie Pasey during the performance of the song, “While the Cat’s Away,” during last weekend’s performance of “Robin Hood: Spirit of the Greene,” at the Vermillion High School Performing Arts Center. In the background are the Bishop (Dave Barrow), Guy of Gisbourne (David Hulac) and Roger the Red (Steve Miller).