The Sword of Peace is a dramatic portrayal of the American Revolution. It enlightens the audience about the struggles the peaceful Quakers must face in a time of war. General Nathanael Green, 2nd in command under General George Washington, is about to meet Lord Cornwallis, Commander of the British Forces in America, at the battle of Guilford Courthouse. Simon Dixon, a Quaker miller is faced with an important decision like that of his neighbors, take up arms and fight or remain true to his faith. Simon and other historical characters reveal their heart-torn decisions as you witness this exciting, action-packed dramatic tribute to the Quakers.
Written by: William Hardy
Snow Camp Outdoor Theatre was created out of the desire to promote the rich heritage of the Quakers in the Snow Camp, North Carolina area. Read more
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