carolina designs + lost colony = great obx event
The Lost Colony has wrapped up production for the year, but not before they handed out kudos to Carolina Designs, one of our favorite property management companies. Through the generosity of Carolina Design, visitors in Duck got to experience a sample of how good the Lost Colony actors are with four performances at the town’s amphitheater.
Carolina Designs brings The Lost Colony to Duck
Monica Thibodeau of Carolina Designs Realty is committed to providing Outer Banks’s visitors with a great vacation experience. For more than 25 years, Carolina Designs has provided premium accommodations and service to her guests.
This year, Carolina Designs chose to offer visitors to Duck with the opportunity to enjoy The Lost Colony. Carolina Designs sponsored the production of The Mystery of The Lost Colony. Shown four times this summer at the Town of Duck’s amphitheater, this free interactive presentation brought Sir Walter Raleigh, Eleanor Dare, Ananias Dare, Old Tom, Chief Manteo and other members of the cast to Duck to tell their story.
The performance was scripted for children to teach them about the 1587 English Colony and their mysterious fate, and invited them on stage to participate in Indian dances, colonist celebrations and marches. After the show, Carolina Designs sponsored free vouchers for the children to attend an evening performance of The Lost Colony. If you missed this engaging performance this year, be sure to look for it next summer. Shown in the photo is Monica Thibodeau and the cast of The Mystery of The Lost Colony.
About The Lost Colony
First staged in 1937, The Lost Colony (a 501-c3 non-profit) is the nation’s premier and longest-running outdoor symphonic drama. For tickets and information, go to www.thelostcolony.org or call (252) 473-2127.