Message of Easter Outdoor Drama

Message of Easter outdoor drama in the
countryside of Williamston, NC is in its 34th year

Outdoor drama Message of Easter Williamston NC

This 90-minute play depicts the final days of Christ – his joy and his pain. The members of Piney Grove Baptist Church perform nightly under the stars to as many as 2,000 onlookers.

Word is that outdoor drama was born in North Carolina. Whether that's officially true, outdoor dramas are certainly a big part of North Carolina culture. And they come in all sizes.

In the east, we have the Lost Colony in Manteo and "Worthy is the Lamb" in Swansboro. In the west, we have "Horn in the West" in Boone and "Unto These Hills" in Cherokee.

And near Williamston, NC, we have the Easter Drama, The Message of Easter, a community production in the small Farm Life neighborhood. Admission and parking are free. Shows start each night at 8 p.m., when the light is fading.

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FOR MORE INFORMATION:

Shows nightly @ 8 p.m
    March 22 in Spanish
    March 23 & 24 and March 27-31 (signing available for hearing impaired on March 27)
Phone:      252-792-1342
Email: pineygrove@embarqmail.com

 
GETTING THERE:

2925 Piney Grove Church Road
Williamston, North Carolina  27892 


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DISTANCES FROM:

109 miles east of Raleigh, NC
116 miles south west of Norfolk, VA
35 miles southeast of Greenville, NC
17 miles north of Washington, NC
154 miles south of Richmond, VA
7 miles south of Big Mill Bed & Breakfast in Williamston, NC

WHERE TO STAY:

The Big Mill Bed & Breakfast in Williamston, NC **
Gray's Landing in Windsor, NC ** Moss House B&B in Washington, NC ** and Pamlico House in Washington, NC**

   North Carolina Bed & Breakfast & Inns association members** Members, North Carolina Bed & Breakfast & Inns
 

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