When traveling we like to attend the out door dramas in the area. We haven’t attended as many as we would like, but I always enjoy them.
I believe the most impressive was ‘My old Kentucky Home’, The Stephen Foster story, in Bardstown, KY.Most of these are musicals and old songs I can follow along.
I cannot remember where we saw Oklahoma, but I enjoyed it. It was fun watching the Hatfields and McCoys, since we knew some of the real McCoys. We met them in Florida of all places. They have since returned to Kaintuck.
The first drama was ‘The Lost Colony’, Andy Griffin was probably in that production but of course he was not a big name then. ‘Horn in the West’ at Boone, NC was good. It was the story of the pioneers like Daniel Boone.
Unto these Hills, is the story of the Cherokees. And is presented on the Cherokee Reservation in North Carolina.
While hiking the AT, we took time in Draper, Virginia, to see ‘Follow the River’. The story of a lady who was taken by Indians along with her son, and made servants out of her, the son was adopted into the tribe. She escaped and what an ordeal. Sherry and I had read the book, making it more real.
I believe the last Drama was in Valdese, NC. One of the towns I had lived in. The outdoor theater is only two blocks from where I lived while in Valdese. The local drama is the story of the Waldensians from Italy to Valdese and their troubles and trials.
I think the ones I have listed are all we have seen, but Sherry will let me know when she reads this. I have already asked her a few questions as I type.
Are there any outdoor dramas in your area?
I will try to get to some blogs, but I B tard, that is southern for tired.
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