The Capital Gallery West, presented by Starion Bank, is open in the Harold Schafer Heritage Center on 4th Street in downtown Medora.
A partnership between The Capital Gallery, Bismarck, and the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation, the gallery returns for its second summer season in historic Medora, with remodeled space, featuring outstanding Western Americana artists.
Open 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. seven days a week, the gallery offers a gift shop with unique selections, in addition to the fine art on display.
Visitors to the Harold Schafer Heritage Center will find a museum devoted to the story of North Dakota’s most famous entrepreneur, who founded The Gold Seal Company in 1942 and became a beloved proponent of Medora and North Dakota. “Mr. Bubble,” a feature film on Harold and Sheila Schafer, is shown daily in the Center, and was produced by The Capital Gallery’s nonprofit foundation.
For more information on the galleries in Medora, Bismarck, and also downtown Fargo inside “Curated by Trever Hill Design” on Roberts Alley, go to Facebook, Instagram or the www.TheCapitalGallery.com
This Medora Musical opens in a week and a half and is full of high-caliber entertainment and top-notch performers from across the nation!
So, we figured you’d want to know who’s in the Show! Get on now, scroll on down to see the entire cast of the 2020 Medora Musical!
We are wonderfully-excited and incredibly grateful to all who have helped us get to this point.
THE MEDORA MUSICAL WILL OPEN JUNE 19!
The show will open with “Smart Restart” procedures in place – including reduced capacity for each show, every-other row seating, and increased spacing between groups.
Nightly showings will be at 8:30pm MDT all season.
To help more people enjoy the “Greatest Show in the West”, a second show per night will be held on Saturdays and Sundays, beginning on July 4, that will begin at 5:30pm MDT.
This new show schedule will allow nearly the same number of shows to be held as previously scheduled. THANK YOU to the cast, crew, and production team for their commitment to making this a reality.
“We have heard from thousands of folks, that now more than ever, the people of North Dakota need the Medora Musical – the experience, the message, and the story of TR overcoming hardship from his time here in the Badlands.” said Justin Fisk, marketing and communication director.
“Guests will see some changes to how the theater operates, but the show itself will feature all the favorite pieces that have made it a true North Dakota tradition for the last 55 years. We’ll have a full cast and band, there’ll be live horses on stage, featured variety acts, and a big, patriotic finale. The Medora Musical that people love will still happen on our stage this year.
“Roosevelt’s words to ‘Do what you can, with what you have, where you are!’ mean so […]