Some time ago I heard that the Raleigh Tavern in Colonial Williamsburg hosts an evening show of bawdy songs from the colonial era.
Ocracoke also has a long tradition of earthy humor. This summer Lou Ann, Sundae, and Marcy have put together an entertaining one hour show of bawdy songs and stories for a discrimitating adult audience. They have scheduled their performance for 9 o'clock Friday evenings at the Deepwater Theater. Shows will continue through early August.
If you would enjoy a fun-filled hour of hillarious racy songs and stories be sure to come out to the theater on School Road. There will be riotous laughter and high spirits!
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Our latest Ocracoke Newsletter is a modern day ghost tale, "Ode to Mrs. Godfrey," by guest columnist Tom McDonald. You can read it here: http://www.villagecraftsmen.com/news062111.htm.