PO Box 2606
Blowing Rock, NC 28605 Phone 828-414-1844
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2013 Summer Mainstage Season
From the Garden of Eden to the luxury resort "E", comedy abounds as we follow Adam and Eve through the millenniums in their exploration of new beginnings and new love to modern day progress and modern day marriage.
On the twenty-fifth anniversary of a psychopathic serial killer's incarceration a novelist arrives at the sanitarium to interview the murderer only to find the administrator and attending nurse strangely defiant in granting him access. Be prepared to question your own sanity as you realize nothing is as it seems in this psychological thriller.
When a famous former actress moves into the local retirement community, two longtime friends suddenly find themselves at odds as they each, in their own unique way, vie for her attention. Proving once and for all, just because you're retired doesn't mean you're dead.
August 24 thru September 1
When a brother reluctantly agreed to look after his sister's country inn while she's away, he did not anticipate all the wild comings-and-goings! He soon becomes hilariously engulfed in confusion and bewilderment as he tries to prevent the inevitable meetings of husbands, wives, and lovers in assorted compromising situations.
Summer Kids Saturday Theatre Series
When 10 year old Walter Hampton’s mother tells him to “get rid of some toys”, his bedroom comes to life to help him decide what to keep. Led through funfilled antics by Bedelia, his yawning bed and Windsor, his stuffy chair, Wally’s task becomes a
circus of imagination.
August 17 and September 14
World Premiere of the Stage Play adapted from the popular children’s book.
While playing in her grandpa’s attic, Isabella discovers a curious looking beanie with a propeller on top. With the help of a mysterious mountain woman and a magical hawk’s feather, the beanie propels Isabella through the skies and into adventure
2013 Fall/Winter Mainstage Season
Vincent Van Gogh didn’t just work at things- he attacked them. Weaving reminiscences with excerpts from more than 500 letters Vincent wrote his brother, Theo, this insightful and often moving play covers the three facets of Vincent’s life: God, Love and Art.