The Cherokee Historical Association Announces 2022 Season1.19.2022
Get ready for a year filled with high drama—only, the good kind!
The Cherokee Historical Association has released its calendar for the 2022 season, and it's filled with exciting new productions as well as favorite standbys, including the beloved outdoor drama, Unto These Hills, which will celebrate its 73rd year.
Alice in Wonderland, April 1 - 30
Debuting its first ever spring show, the Cherokee Historical Association is bringing Alice in Wonderland to the Mountainside Theater for one month only: April 1 - 30. This version of Alice is written by Havoc Movement Company and is set in Cherokee, NC.
You may remember Havoc Movement from the production of Dracula: The Failings of Men, which premiered at the Mountainside Theatre last fall.
"We are so excited to be working with the Havoc team again on this new adaptation of Alice in Wonderland. Alice is sure to be fun for the whole family, and we will also be offering student matinees for school groups," the Cherokee Historical Association shared with the announcement.
Unto These Hills, May 28 - August 20
Unto These Hills will open for its 73rd year on May 28th and run through August 20th. This historic outdoor drama has entertained and educated visitors for decades as it tells the triumphant story of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians.
"We are putting together an absolutely stellar cast, crew, and creative team and can’t wait to bring this show to you once again!" reads the Facebook announcement from the Cherokee Historical Association.
Dracula: The Failings of Men, October 1 - 31
Dracula: The Failings of Men will return to Cherokee this fall! Havoc Movement Company’s adaptation of the classic tale will once again run at Mountainside Theatre during the month of October.
Watch the trailer below to get a glimpse into what makes Dracula so thrilling.
The Cherokee Historical Association has also announced the 2022 dates for the Oconaluftee Indian Village, May 28 - August 20, with tickets on sale now.
For tickets and more information, please visit CherokeeHistorical.org.
We can’t wait to see you in 2022!