The Southern Appalachian Historical Association’s outdoor drama, Horn in the West, is seeking to hire local participants for the classic production.

For nearly 70 years, the outdoor drama Horn In The West has drawn visitors from near and far. This will be an opportunity to use or hone skills in singing, dancing, acting, or non-speaking parts on stage.

Positions are also open for technicians, as well as volunteers in many capacities.

Since 1952, the amphitheater at Horn in the West has filled summer nights with drama and atmosphere under the stars - dancing and sword fights, black powder muskets and early American music, with a moving story of courage and sacrifice - the story of our region’s heritage.

Local community members are encouraged to audition and interview, no matter the level of experience or ability. Opening night for the show is June 25 and the drama runs through August 7.

Actors, dancers, and singers may audition either electronically or in person by appointment March 27 at Northwestern Dance Studios.

Those who want to be part of the fun crowd scenes do not need to audition, only interview.

For more information and details, call the Horn office at 828-264-2120, or visit HornInTheWest.com.