Watch this space to keep up to date with our schedule. Learn what is on tap for live theater, both historical theater and comedy. If you are interested in a performance of our travelling troupe for your group or organization, please contact us at NCHT2021@gmail.com , call 252-229-4977 or message us on Facebook.
January 24 & 26, 2023
New Bern-Craven County Public Library
400 Johnson St., New Bern, NC
Auditions for Arsenic & Old Lace
By Joseph Kesselring
This classic dark comedy about a rather dysfunctional family debuted in 1941 and is still wildly entertaining. Tickets available March 1, 2023 at www.NCHistoryTheater.org
Directed by Sue Baldwin
11 men ages 30 to 70 ish
2 females 50 to 70 ish
1 female 25 to 40
You will be asked to read from the script.
Due to unforeseen circumstances all performances of Harriet Jacobs have been postponed indefinitely. We thank everyone who worked on this show for all their hard work and efforts. We appreciate the support that so many have shown and apologize for any inconvenience. Refund information will be posted within 24 hours.
The Murder Mystery Mobile Troupe is at it again.
Now booking dates between March 3 and April 3, 2023
Who Murthered the Pinkerton Man? (Yes, "murthered".)
By Bill Hand
Enjoy this comic adventure involving Actors, Soldiers, Buried Treasure and the Civil War. We'll bring it to you! Book your dates now for your business, restaurant, club or organization.
Call 252-229-4977 or email NCHT2021@gmail.com.
May 5,6,7,12,13 & 14
Arsenic and Old Lace
By Joseph Kesselring This classic dark comedy about a rather dysfunctional family debuted in 1941 and is still wildly entertaining. Tickets available March 15, 2023 at www.NCHistoryTheater.org
July 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 30, 2023
The World Premiere of
Meet the boys who gave us wings
Book & Lyrics by Bill Hand,Music by Simon Spalding. Hand and Spalding team up once again for an entertaining look at a momentous time in history. Tickets available July 1, 2023 at www.NCHistoryTheater.org
September 24, 2023 A Limited Fund-Raising Event
History on the Spot - Tea with the Neighbors
You may have known that the Slover House Dependency was the site of Mark Twain's true story of Aunt Rachel, but did you know that Caleb Bradham once lived in the house to the right and Bayard Wootten in the house on the left? Meet all three at this special fundraising presentation, a garden party on the very spot. Watch for more information.