Lady Margret will reappear for the second year at the Coyote Music Den to wait for her true love to return from a long sea voyage.

Jennifer Starr visits WOVV. Photo by Peter Vankevich
This one-act, musical play, told and sung a capella by Ocracoke Island’s Jennifer Starr, features stories of love lost, love found, restless spirits, deception, murder, and one incredibly roguish werefox.


Performed under candlelight, “All Alone and Lonely: An Evening of Haunting Appalachian Folklore,” will take place Sunday, Oct. 29, and again on Tuesday, Halloween night, both nights at 8 p.m.  Doors open at 7:30. Seating is limited. Admission is $10.



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