The Long Way Home
The Long Way Home was designated the official state historical outdoor drama in 1994. The story is based on the book by Susan M. Thigpen and adapted for the stage by Earl Hobson Smith; it is performed in the city of Radford, Virginia.
The Long Way Home takes place in the summer of 1755. A young pioneer mother (named Mary Draper Ingles) was captured by a band of Shawnee Indians and taken back to their village in what is now the state of Ohio. She managed to escape and walked 850 miles all the way home; months of a torturous journey.