Outdoor drama on bandit Otto Wood back for fifth season
NORTH WILKESBORO — The fifth season of the outdoor drama “Otto Wood: The Bandit” opens June 25 at The Record Park, located at the corner of Fourth and E streets in North Wilkesboro.
Nat Padgett returns for the fifth year to play the role of Wood, a bandit, known for car thefts, moonshining, womanizing and numerous jail breaks – all this with one hand and a disabled leg.
For the fifth season, Heather Dean directs the show, which has won multiple awards from the N.C. Society of Historians.
Live music by Crabgrass will be performed before the show and between scenes.
Show dates for “Otto Wood: The Bandit” are: Thursday, Friday and Saturday, June 25, 26, 27; Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, July 1, 2, 3; and Thursday, Friday and Saturday, July 9, 10, 11.
Tickets are $8.
Call The Record at 336-667-0134 for more information.
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