Outer Banks Theater

They say “all the world’s a stage,” and the Outer Banks really reflects that. Whether you’re a passionate thespian or prefer to visit the theater once every year or two, Outer Banks theaters are inviting and offer great sources of wholesome entertainment. You can go to theaters where you will hear local bands celebrating their coastal roots through song, which guarantees that you will be exposed to regional music. If you’re interested in stories and other forms of anecdotes, several theaters in the area welcome talented storytellers who can whisk your imagination away with their tales of local lore. Some theaters host school plays and others regularly present the works of volunteer actors and actresses. If you want to switch it up occasionally, you can also find film theaters that may alternate between movies and plays. Check out the listing below to see where you can enjoy Outer Banks theaters.


Outer Banks Things To Do by Area

Corolla | Duck & Southern Shores | Kitty Hawk, Kill Devil Hills & Nags Head
Roanoke Island & Manteo | Hatteras Island | Ocracoke Island

Outer Banks Things To Do by Category

Comedy Club of the Outer Banks

Outer Banks Theater
1601 S. Virginia Dare Trail, The Beach Road, MP 9.5, Comfort Inn North Oceanfront, Kill Devil Hills
(252) 207-9950

The Comedy Club of the Outer Banks is host to some of the most talented stand-up comedians in the nation. This club has been established since 1984 and has hosted such great talents as Ray Romano, Drew Carey and Sinbad when they were plying their trade on the comedy circuit. This is your chance to see nationally touring comedians you may have heard on satellite... read more

The Comedy Club of the Outer Banks is host to some of the most talented... read more

Ocracoke Alive

Outer Banks Theater
84 School Road, Ocracoke
(252) 921-0260

Ocracoke Alive, Inc. was formed to enrich the Ocracoke Island by serving the cultural and artistic needs of the community. Through fundraising and donations, this group supports the musical, educational and artistic vein of the Ocracoke community by organizing and sponsoring multiple events throughout the year, including the annual Ocrafolk Festival, Ocrafolk School Fall Retreat, Festival Latino de Ocracoke and community plays and school programs.... read more

Ocracoke Alive, Inc. was formed to enrich the Ocracoke Island by serving the cultural and artistic needs of the... read more

Ocracoke Alive's Deepwater Theater and Music Hall

Outer Banks Theater
82 School Road, Ocracoke
(252) 921-0210

Deepwater Theater and Music Hall on School Road is the headquarters for Ocracoke Alive, a nonprofit organization that sponsors cultural and artistic activities and festivals. Ocracoke Alive offers summertime shows in this indoor, air-conditioned performance hall. Season 2: A Dingbatter's (ALL NEW COMEDY) Guide to Ocracoke, plays Wednesdays, and Ocracoke's internationally renowned folk band, Molasses Creek, plays Thursdays. (Ocracoke Alive's A Tale of Blackbeard Musical is held at Ocracoke... read more

Deepwater Theater and Music Hall on School Road is the headquarters for Ocracoke Alive, a nonprofit... read more

Roanoke Island Festival Park

Outer Banks Theater
1 Festival Park, across from the Manteo Waterfront, Manteo
(252) 475-1500

Experience a new adventure in an old world at Roanoke Island Festival Park. This 25-acre historic site allows guests of all ages to experience first-hand what life was like for the first English settlers in 1585. Historic costumed interpreters are featured through Indian Town, the Settlement Site and the Elizabeth II ship to show and tell how the first settlers lived worked and played on... read more

Experience a new adventure in an old world at Roanoke Island Festival Park. This 25-acre... read more