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The Aracoma Story

Written by: Tom Patterson

Produced by: The Aracoma Story Inc.


The Princess Aracoma and Boling Baker declare their love and are married.


Set in the beautiful hills of Appalachia in 1780 , The Aracoma Story is

an eternal and touching story of love, and a dramatic account of a culture fighting

for survival in a rapidly changing world.

Based on historical fact and local legend, the drama unfolds as a wise old mountain man weaves the tragic tale of Shawnee Chief Cornstalk's daughter , Aracoma, and her ill-fated love for Boling Baker, a British soldier captured by her father.

After hundreds of years , Aracoma has found her home once again in the valley that houses the Chief Logan Ampitheatre. Be a witness to the rich dramatic history of this beautiful area and one of the most enduring legends of all time.




The Princess Aracoma stops the execution of the young British Soldier, Boling Baker





The Princess Aracoma relinquishes her rights to be a queen if she cannot have Boling Baker beside her





The settlers gather in the evening for dancing, singing, and good company!




2003 SHOWTIMES:

July 29-31

August 2, August 5-9, August 12-16

Showtime 8:30 p.m.

For more information on Footloose or The Aracoma Story 304-752-0253

or write:

The Aracoma Story

P.O. Box 2016

Logan, West Virginia 25601



See 1998 rehearsals.

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