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The Historic Snow Camp Outdoor Theatre is an outdoor theatre in Snow Camp, North Carolina. It is best known for staging annual historical dramas, reenacting specific stories in history.

Supported by the Theatre Arts Section of the North Carolina Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts, the Historic Snow Camp Outdoor Theater produces two key plays yearly. These two performances are the critically acclaimed William Hardy ?The Sword of Peace?, which tells of the struggle of the peaceful Quaker congregation that was established in 1751 in the Cane Creek Community, and the Mark Sumner ?Pathway to Freedom?, which is about the Quaker heroes involved in the Underground Railroad. The two shows are held on alternating schedules during the months of June to August.
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