For the past 51 years, the Medora Musical as we know it today has been entertaining audiences from across the country. The musical has come a long way since the original Old Four-Eyes show at the Burning Hills Amphitheatre in 1958 and the production of Teddy Roosevelt Rides Again – A Medora Musical in 1965. So how did the original show compare to the one we all know and love today?
Posts in category 2016
Live music also slated for Monday afternoon to help kick off finale week of the Medora Musical
(Medora, ND) – The Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation (TRMF) is excited to announce that Labor Day Monday in Medora will feature an exclusive off-day showing of Jared Mason: LIVE! and the new Medora Gospel Brunch that has received rave reviews in its first season.
National Park Service Centennial Events
MEDORA, ND: Theodore Roosevelt National Park will join the National Park Service in celebrating its 100th anniversary, offering a variety of activities and events Thursday, August 25 through Sunday.
The celebration will begin with the release of the America the Beautiful Quarter honoring Theodore Roosevelt National Park on Thursday, August 25 at 10:00 a.m. MDT at Painted Canyon Visitor Center. READ MORE »
Live on the stage of the Medora Musical — August 22!
Today, the Joe Ferris General Store is home to a variety of merchandise including apparel, jewelry, games, home goods, and other unique keepsakes that you can only find in Medora.
But do you know the history behind it?
The brand-new Medora Gospel Brunch is in full swing! Hosted by the Queen of the West, Emily Walter, this toe-tappin’ Gospel presentation will be showing all summer until September 11!