Monday, July 27, 2015

North Carolina Rich in Outdoor Theater-- Part 2

Other outdoor theater:

ASHEVILLE--Five to six Shakespearean plays by the Montford Park Players.  Both indoors and outdoors at the Hazel Robinson Amphitheatre.

CHEROKEE--  "Unto These Hills":  Long-running drama about the Cherokee people.

HALIFAX--  "First for Freedom":  The adoption of the Halifax Resolves, the first official declaration of independence from England just celebrated its 40th year.

SNOW CAMP--  "American Patriots" and "Pathway to Freedom":The former is a tribute to the Quakers during the American Revolution.  The latter is an account of the Underground Railroad.

VALDESE--  "From This Day Forward":  Tells the story of the founders of the town of Valdese, who hailed from the Alps in Northern Italy.  This year is its 48th consecutive season.

WILKESBORO--  "Tom Dooley: A Wilkes County Legend":  Dramatization of the well-known love triangle of the popular song.

WILMINGTON--  Cape fear Shakespeare On the Green held each June at Greenfield Lake Amphitheater.  Two different productions, one by children and one by adults.

But Wear Your Skeeter Repellent.  --RoadDog

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