Robin's Redemption Poster

Robin's Redemption

written by Jeremy Jagusch

Attention, local community members! A loyal, wealthy member of the community has passed away. They promised to leave most of their fortune to a good cause, but in their own mysterious way. As one of their closest friends, you have been invited to attend the funeral reception. The recently deceased has sent each of you odd clues, letters and objects, and it is up to you to solve the puzzle.

However, the funeral reception is soon interrupted by Robin, who used to frequent the streets of this town, begging for change or food. Robin was often avoided by the members of the community, and eventually faded from the town’s memory. The recently deceased was the only person who understood Robin’s unique personality and views on the world. But now, you will join forces in order to find a hidden treasure, and set Robin free.





The Live History Experience & Robin's Redemption
  • Robin's Redemption is designed for one room historic venues
  • Interactive performances that turn audiences into participants
  • Engage audiences with escape room style mysteries
  • Customized to your local history
  • Option to include local actors in supporting roles
  • One room historic venues may also be interested in The Round Table
  • Large historic venues may also be interested in In Time or The Last Stand
  • Libraries and primarily exhibit based venues should consider Circa
  • Venues looking for children's programming should consider our workshops

Robin's Redemption is a great opportunity to showcase your local history as well as infuse your community with the flavor local talent can bring. Live History Shows offers you the chance to present history in unique, interactive way. Each unique theatre show is customized to your venue, using details and facts that are both well known, and little known.

What better way for visitors old and new to enjoy and experience the past of your town! Live History; bringing your history to life.

Book today! We work with all budgets, audience sizes, and booking times.