Youth Actors Company Presents “Robin Hood” at Theatre Macon | Arts & Culture
by Jonathan Dye
The lyrics above are simply a modern reflection of the enduring legacy of one of England’s most famous myths —Robin Hood. Over the years, the story of Robin Hood has been told and retold. The tale has been adapted and the archetype of the heroic outlaw has reappeared throughout literature and art since medieval times. As much as I love the merry band of outlaws in Joss Whedon’s “Firefly,” it’s always good to revisit the character who started it all.