|Welcome to Ocracoke Alive's Deepwater Theater and Music Hall on Ocracoke Island, NC|
Ocracoke Alive’s Deepwater Theater and Music Hall is the island headquarters for Ocracoke Alive, as well as the home venue for summertime shows. Relax in our indoor and air-conditioned performance hall and enjoy the finest in music and comedy theater that Ocracoke has to offer! This year's lineup includes: |
The Dingbatter's Guide to Ocracoke Island (Wednesdays)
Ocracoke's nationally renown folk band Molasses Creek (Thursdays).
On Mondays, Ocracoke Alive is producing Julie Howard's popular island musical, A Tale of Blackbeard. Theses shows will take place at 8 PM at either the Community Center or the Ocracoke School Gym (Depending on when the floors are done refinishing).
If you'd like to experience a uniquely Outer Banks thing to do June through September, be in these audiences! Deepwater Theater is located across from the Methodist Church on School Rd. Shows begin at 8:00 PM, so check the online schedule for details. Ticket prices are $15 for adults and $7 for children, and a weekly pass is available. Credit cards are accepted. Advance reservations recommended through the website or by calling 252-921-0260.
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Back in 2018 for the 300th anniversary of Blackbeard's demise right off of Ocracoke! This popular island musical was written in 1973 by Julia Howard. Directed by Karen Gulotta, this tale is loosely based on Blackbeard's 1718 battle with Lt. Robert Maynard, and on a real-life Ocracoke boardinghouse, run by islander Euphemia Curtis in the mid-1800s. All else must be attributed to artistic license. Don't miss this event . . .get your tickets in advance!
Back for a second year, this Hit Comedy-Skit Show is the ultimate guide for Ocracoke visitors (and residents) of all ages!
We answer such burning questions as:
How to classify the folks you meet on Ocracoke?
How can you sneak home your own piece of the island?
What is a Russian Rat?
Who makes the best pirate?
What really happens on the island in the off season?
What does it take to ankle-band mosquitoes?
How can YOU get to name the next hurricane?
Join Desiree Ricker, David Tweedie, Gary Mitchell, and Peyton Piquard for
answers to all these critical questions and more!
For 25 years, Molasses Creek's high-energy performances and heartfelt songwriting has brought the love of their coastal home to the stage. The band's elegant harmonies and arrangements, stellar songwriting, blazing instrumentals, and quirky sense of humor have won loyal followers throughout the United States and around the world.
Molasses Creeks inspiration arose amidst exotic fig trees and rich tidewater marshes of isolated Ocracoke Island, NC. Only accessible by ferry, Ocracoke is an enchanting step out of modern times into a world of captivating natural beauty, rich maritime history, ghostly shipwrecks, heroic lifesavers, crafty pirates, and a community of 900 independently minded residents.
Award winners from Garrison Keillor's Prairie Home Companion,
Molasses Creek has recorded 16 albums, reaching the #4 and #5 spots on the National Folk Radio DJ Charts in 2012 & 2014. Their latest releases, Waterbound and People Get Ready, have received acclaim from audiences across the country.