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.
This year’s Featured Variety Acts at the Medora Musical are:READ MORE »
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.
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 »
For the past 51 years, the Medora Musicalas 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?
All Veterans and active duty service members are invited to a special day in Medora with their families as we honor their service to our Country.
The Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation (TRMF) will be hosting a series of special events in Medora Sunday, July 10 to honor our nation’s veterans. The annual Veterans Day Celebration salutes those who have served in the United States military.
The ceremonies will culminate with a flyover by three WWII fighter aircraft: a P-51 Mustang named “Boomer,” piloted by Fargo-based Toby McPherson, as well as a P-40 Warhawk and Navy Corsair (images below) from the world-famous Texas Flying Legends museum. Both McPherson and the Texas Flying Legends are active in supporting veterans across the nation. READ MORE »