CHIEF LOGAN STATE PARK - The Aracoma Story Inc., will be presenting four plays this summer in Chief Logan State Park.
The stage production company will produce “The Aracoma Story,” “Li'l Abner,” “Smoke On The Mountain” and “The Honky Tonk Angels” this summer at the Liz Spurlock Amphitheatre.
The Aracoma Story is a historical drama based on Princess Aracoma, daughter of Shawnee Chief
Cornstalk and her ill-fated love for British Soldier Boling Baker.
“Li'l Abner” is a play about Dogpatch USA which has been deemed as "the most unnecessary, no account" place in the whole country. A solution must be found to prove Dogpatch a necessary town.
“Smoke On The Mountain” is the story of an old fashioned tent revival, that takes place in 1938 at Mount Pleasant Baptist Church in Mount Pleasant, N.C.
The play presents a Saturday Night Gospel Sing featuring the Sanders Family in their first night back from the gospel circuit in five years.
“The Honky Tonk Angels” is based on the woman's voice in country music through the years from the classics of Tammy Wynette, Loretta Lynn and Kitty Wells.
"It is a thrilling mixture of laughter, friendship and maybe a tear or two," a press release from The Aracoma Story Inc., said.
"In addition to our summer show schedule we will also have a “Country Carousel Kids Pre-show,” a TAS press release said. "Sure to be a big hit, this pre-show will consist of a country music extravaganza with up to 20 children singing and dancing prior to the