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Lost Colony

The Lost Colony is a musical play based on historical accounts of Sir Walter Raleigh's failed attempts to establish a permanent settlement, the Roanoke Colony in the 1580s on an island in what was part of then the Colony of Virginia. Written by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Paul Green The Lost Colony marks a shift in Green's work from more traditional forms of drama to focus on the creation of large-scale outdoor musical spectacles he termed "Symphonic Dramas." The Lost Colony has been performed since 1937 in an outdoor amphitheatre located on the site of Sir Walter's original colony on Roanoke Island in the Outer Banks region near present-day Manteo, North Carolina. As of 2012, it is the United States' second longest running historical outdoor drama, behind The Ramona Pageant.

Awards by Lost Colony

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