Theater director Chirs Chambers says the tale is a more modernized and condensed telling of Robin Hood and led by seniors Aria Steffen (as Robin Hood) and Ethan Meadors (as the narrator).

Eldon High School Theatre will be premiering their rendition of the classic tale of Robin Hood Nov. 8-10 at the Eldon High School Performing Arts Center. Theater director Chirs Chambers says the tale is a more modernized and condensed telling of Robin Hood and led by seniors Aria Steffen (as Robin Hood) and Ethan Meadors (as the narrator). The story will unfold in two acts, as Robin Hood assembles his merry band of outlaws to stay one step ahead of the sheriff of Nottingham. The cast is filled with students of all high school grades who helped with everything from stage art to acting and lighting. The performance is filled with action-oriented scenes and real bow and arrow shooting and fights, aiming at an exciting adventure. The show isn’t necessarily audience interactive, though cast members will be seen throughout the seats during the show in hopes of adding to the immersion. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the show will begin at 7:30 each night. Tickets are $1 for Eldon students and elderly, and general public tickets are $2. Chambers says this is a show that the whole family can enjoy and hopes to see the Eldon community come out to support their growing talent.