WILLIAMSBURG, Va. - An award-winning interactive outdoor drama is returning to the streets of Colonial Williamsburg for its seventh season.
The historic area says "The Revolutionary City" opens on Monday and will run through November with three different episodes.
One episode chronicles growing colonial unrest as loyal subjects turn against their king. Another reveals the human drama in war-torn Williamsburg and the challenges of creating a new self-governing society. The third acquaints guests with both well-known and obscure townspeople of 18th-century Williamsburg.
The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation operates and maintains the preserved 18th century site as an educational and tourist venue.
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