Gift to the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation kicks off new efforts to improve the Medora experience for people with disabilities.
(MEDORA, ND) – The Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation (TRMF) is pleased and humbled to announce the receipt of a $1 million kick-starting gift from the Engelstad Foundation to support a new “Access Medora” initiative – an initiative aimed at improving the Medora experience for guests with disabilities through creative, adaptive solutions and unique amenities in North Dakota’s #1 Tourist Destination.
The first project of the initiative is a pair of high-capacity elevators at the Burning Hills Amphitheatre dedicated to guests with mobility challenges. Currently, guests who require mobility assistance are shuttled in golf carts on a walkway shared with pedestrians, and on busy nights, can experience up to an hour wait for a ride out of the theater. These new, high-capacity elevators will take up to 12guests from the top level of the theater to the midlevel plaza, and back, and should reduce wait times to just a few minutes.
Virtual auditions now open for the 56th edition of the Medora Musical.
(Medora, ND) -StageWest Entertainment Inc. in conjunction with the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation, is pleased to announce virtual auditions for the 2021 Season of the Medora Musical which has now entertained over four million people since its first showing in 1965.
We have some amazing people in Medora — it seems like the place has a gravitational pull for great talent and passionate people, maybe the most popular in history was THE Theodore Roosevelt.
Now, we celebrate the 26th President every day in Medora and at the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation . One of the very best combinations of great talent AND a connection to TR is our own Joe Wiegand, “Medora’s TR”.