(Medora, ND) The Medora Musical announced today the three variety acts that will perform during the 2013 season. Organizers say the three selected variety acts will provide audiences with memorable and unique performances.
The three selected acts are:
High Voltage is a high-flying and flipping acrobatic team that will leave audiences breathless. The group gets audiences on their feet through powerful stunts, high-flying acrobatics, and amazing routines. They have entertained around the world and have been featured prominently on television, most notably on America’s Got Talent, Monday Night Football, BET Spring Bling with Flo-Rida, and the Ellen DeGeneres Show. This will be the group’s first appearance at the Medora Musical.
High Voltage will perform June 7 through July 22.
Kermet Apio presents clever, clean comedy that will leave audiences laughing all the way home. The 2009 winner of the Great American Comedy Festival, Apio has appeared on television and radio, has performed in 47 states and three Canadian provinces. A married father of two, Apio’s act is clean, smart, autobiographical and appropriate for all ages.
Apio will perform July 23 through August 15.
Cirque Zuma Zuma
This African circus act will amaze audiences with rhythmic dance, thrilling music, and show-stopping acrobatics. Cirque Zuma Zuma was a finalist on America’s Got Talent. The group has been described as an African-style Cirque du Soleil. Critics and audiences in North America, Europe and Australia all agree – Cirque Zuma Zuma is unlike anything seen before.
Cirque Zuma Zuma will perform August 16 through September 7.
“One of our producer’s most challenging aspects of putting the show together is the selection of our featured variety acts” says Kinley Slauter, Medora Musical manager.
“Every year our goal is to offer something for everyone while also trying to top what we did the year before. We’re confident we’ve achieved that with this year’s three variety acts.”
The Medora Musical will be performed nightly from June 7 through September 7, 2013, at 7:30 PM MDT. The outdoor show takes place amid the splendor of the North Dakota Badlands in the 2,852 seat Burning Hills Amphitheatre in Medora, ND.
Tickets and further information about the show are available online at www.medora.com.
Suzanne Wentz, Marketing Director
Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation
(701) 223-4800 / email@example.com