Arts and Theater in the Smoky Mountains of North Carolina
The Smoky Mountain performing arts include plays and concerts featuring musical traditions old and new. Native American revival, bluegrass, old timey, folk, and modern musical artists of all spectra commingle in national and world premiere venues. Smoky Mountain theater and performing arts combine timeless storytelling and state-of-the-art production to bring the mountain stage to life. The burled, illustrious tapestry of the region, fresh visions from up and coming playwrights, and worldly classics all inhabit exciting Smoky Mountain theater. Where else can you end a day of hiking, kayaking, and adverturing with a night at the theater?
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|Peacock Performing Arts Center||Hayesville||Details|
|You don't have to travel to the big city to see great acts - come see them at the Peacock, where you're never more than ten rows from the stage! The theater is right of the square in Hayesville. Enjoy live music, community theatre, special events & available rental. The Performing Center now offers wine for sale at our evening performances, along with soft drinks, bottled water & concessions. E ...|
|Qualla Arts and Crafts Mutual, Inc.||Cherokee||Details|
|Located in the majestic mountains of Western North Carolina, Qualla Arts and Crafts is the oldest Native American Cooperative. Founded in 1946, Qualla Arts and Crafts continues to uphold a standard of excellence when it comes to the traditional arts and crafts of the Eastern Cherokee. Showcasing the works of over 250 members, Qualla Arts and Crafts preserves and promotes the traditional arts and ...|
|Smoky Mountain Center for the Performing Arts||Franklin||Details|
|The Smoky Mountain Center for the Performing Arts is one ofthe premiere venues for world-class performances and artists in Western NorthCarolina and the surrounding areas. The stunning architecture, technical facilities,and impeccable acoustics attract and maintain the highest professionalstandards for both the audience and the performing arts.|
This state-of-the-art theater is 40,000 square ...
|Unto These Hills...a retelling||Cherokee||Details|
|This powerful outdoor drama, re-enacts Cherokee history from the first contact with Europeans through the tragic "Trail of Tears". The story, told from a Cherokee perspective by descendents of those who avoided removal is presented nightly except Sundays from June through mid August.|