Ensemble Stage Blowing Rock Boone theatre performing arts entertainment

PO Box 2274
Banner Elk, NC  28604 Phone  828-414-1844 
2020 Modified Season
July 25, August 8
This here is a couple o’ mountain stories adapted from some tall tales that have been told to Appalachian children for generations. In the first story, our hero Jack, has decided that he’s had enough of the cold Northwest Wind and decides he’s going to find where the wind starts and plug it so it can’t blow. In the second story, Jack heads out to sell his old milk cow for some much needed food. But instead, he comes across an old mountain man that convinces Jack to trade his cow for a magic bean. Both stories are bound to keep kids and adults alike, engaged and entertained. Length of the two stories is approximately 35 minutes and is performed at the Tate-Evans Park Amphitheater.
 DATES TBD
The show is an adaptation melding the movie and the 1950’s radio play. It has all the characters you love (and even the one you don’t). The play is staged the way we’ve envisioned it having been performed in the Lux radio studio back in December of 1950, complete with music and the sound effects being performed by the actors live on stage. The show is approximately 1 hour in length and will be performed at a venue to be determined.
Sept. 25 thru Oct. 4
October 30
A creepy, scary tale, selected especially for Halloween, comes to life on stage in the style of a 1940's radio broadcast, complete with all the sound effects performed live on stage. 
Dec 4, 6, 18, 19, 20
Our annual holiday musical variety show patterned after the Andy Williams and Bing Crosby television Christmas specials of the 60's and 70's with lots of singing, dancing, comedy sketches and more.  This will be our eleventh annual production of this type, but even though the format is the same every year, the songs, musical numbers, sketches, and costuming are always fresh and new. .
A vacationing couple decide to quietly celebrate their anniversary with a nice meal at a Greek restaurant in Palm Springs. Unfortunately a needy waiter insinuates his way into their meal in 95 minutes of delicious comedy for the audience to relish…If you’ve never understood the concept of the term hangry, you’ll get it after seeing this show. The show is approximately 95 minutes in length and will be performed at a venue to be determined.
The safety and health of our patrons, actors, volunteers and staff is important to us. In order to offer the healthiest and safest entertainment experience possible, we are finalizing all the preventative and safety measures we will be implementing.  Once complete,  you will be able to "click" the tab below that explains them in detail.