Friday, July 24, 2015

North Carolina Rich in Outdoor Dramas-- Part 1

From the July 23, 2015, Wilmington *NC) Star-News "Take it outside."

This was in connection with the outdoor play "The Hermit of Fort Fisher."  I wrote about it in my Running the Blockade blog.

One of the best-known outdoor dramas is "The Horn in the Wesr" in Boone which has been performed since 1952 in the Daniel Boone theater.  It tells the story of Daniel Boone.

The other one is "The Lost Colony" which plays in Manteo, perhaps the best known of all outdoor  dramas.  It is the story of the famed but doomed English settlement on the Outer Banks and has featured such players as the late Andy Griffith.

But, There Are Others.  --RoadDog

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