Posts by Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation

The Great American Folk Show with Tom Brosseau

Grand Forks, North Dakota Native Arrives in Medora for the Debut of “The Great American Folk Show with Tom Brosseau”

(Medora, ND) – The Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation (TRMF) is excited to announce that the hit folk music performance, The Great American Folk Show with Tom Brosseau, will show in Medora August 27 through September 6 in the newly remodeled Old Town Hall Theater at 1:30pm MDT. READ MORE »

Medora: Art Destination or Bust!

The first week of June was full of painting activities for Medora visitors. The first ever “Spur Your Inner Artist with Drawing and Watercolor” 4 -day workshop was held in the Bill and Jane Life Skills Center from June 5-8th.

Taught by Wahpeton, ND native and visual artist/veteran teacher Barbara Benda Nagle, this class was a creative vacation for those who may benefit from the inspiration of the Badlands. Many in the class signed up for the Stay and Paint package, which included the workshop, lodging and the Medora Musical. At least half of the students classified themselves as beginner artists yet they all progressed rapidly through the process from drawing to painting.

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Fireworks Show to be Offered in Medora

Professionally produced fireworks display to be offered in Medora following the Medora Musical on July 4.

 

(Medora, ND) – Independence Day visitors to Medora will be treated with an increasingly rare commodity this Independence Day holiday: fireworks.

While many families across North Dakota will be unable to enjoy the thrill of viewing fireworks like summers past, those in Medora will still have the chance to enjoy some classic Americana celebration with the professionally produced fireworks display following the Medora Musical on July 4.

Personally discharged fireworks are prohibited in Medora this season, but the annual display by the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation and professional pyro technicians will take place as scheduled. READ MORE »

The Buffalo Head – Medora’s Newest Photo Opp!

Magnificent New Art Enters Medora’s Historic Streets!

Medora has a reputation for the preservation of the wonderful history of the American Northwest. Whether it is through the Medora Musical, TR Salute to Medora, or the Chateau de Mores, we are invested helping you experience our history. However, this summer, you may notice something new to Medora as you drive through our streets.

 

This year we have introduced a new piece of artwork to our community!

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You’re gonna want to take a longer lunch!

Because there are two special Medora Musical preview performances coming to a town near you!

Catch the first one Monday, May 15 at 1:00pm CDT, at the West Acres Shopping Center food court in Fargo, ND.

Then on Tuesday, May 16 at 1:00pm CDT, make your way to the ND Heritage Center Prairie Amphitheater in Bismarck, ND for another bully performance!

The performances are about 20 minutes long and will give you just a taste of what’s in store for this year’s show!

Summer is here, which means Medora Musical season is right around the corner. We’ll see y’all June 2nd for opening night!

Click here to get your Medora Musical tickets!

Featured Variety Acts Announced for 2017 Medora Musical

4 feature acts take stage during second half of show

(Medora, ND) – The Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation is excited to announce the 2017 Featured Variety Acts of the Medora Musical.

For decades, world-class variety acts have been a part of the 52-year-old Medora Musical. Performers from around the globe have offered family-friendly entertainment as a part of each year’s musical production — with everything from comedians and dancing dogs, to juggling troupes, Chinese acrobats, and daredevils on bicycles taking the stage during the second half of each night’s show.

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Bill Sorensen Returns to Medora Musical, 5 Additional North Dakotans Make the Cast

Brand new talent joins seasoned professionals for 2017 show

(Medora, ND) – The Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation, in conjunction with StageWest Entertainment, is excited to announce the cast of the 2017 Medora Musical.

Former Bismarck Mayor and long-time performer, Bill Sorensen, will make his return to the Medora Musical this June, to perform alongside the new host of the show, Chet Wollan, and a cast full of talent from across the country – including five other North Dakotans from Dickinson, Bismarck, and Fargo, and Grand Forks.

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Bully Pulpit Golf Course to Open April 11

Tee sheet now open for entire season 

(Medora, ND) – Bully Pulpit Golf Course and the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation are excited to announce that Bully Pulpit Golf Course will open for play on April 11, weather permitting. READ MORE »

North Dakota’s favorite “Band of Sisters” returns to the stage of the Medora Musical!

The dynamic duo of Krista & Kendra return to the Burning Hills Amphitheatre with great country music and a new album!

These extremely talented ladies have an impressive natural stage presence and deliver empowering, family-friendly music that does not disappoint. Their concert will feature guest performers from Let’s Dance Studio! READ MORE »

2017 Medora Musical Auditions

Calling all singers and dancers!

Auditions for the Medora Musical have been announced.

We recruit talent from around the region and country, and some of the best comes from right in our own backyard — so if you have the talent and desire, head to one of these locations and audition! READ MORE »