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Join the doctors and nurses of the 4077th M*A*S*H, just 3 miles from the front line during the Korean War in 1951. The Lewis & Clark Theatre brings to life a play based on the book and the classic television show, August 6-9th & 13-16th.
At its heart, this story depicts how these doctors, nurses, and corpsmen stay sane in an insane situation. Hawkeye and Trapper play pranks, crack jokes, and try to have as much fun as possible, while Frank and Margaret try to keep the unit as military as possible. And everyone is caught in the crossfire.
Dakota Players wants to guide the young talent of Yankton through a fun-filled, motivating week of theatre magic, September 8-12. The Missing Mountain Mystery production is designed with suitable parts for every age, skill and experience level involved. Five days of intensive rehearsals will be held. In addition to the on-stage roles, there are also older children needed to assist the directors and learn how to operate sound and lighting equipment to add to the fun-filled, motivating, magical theatre experience!
Find more information on the Facebook Event Page: Dakota Players at the Dakota Theatre.
Enjoy a tribute to Buddy Holly on Saturday, October 24th from 7:00-9:30 pm at the Dakota Theatre.
Zachary weaves in engaging stories about Buddy and of his personal experience in the role including his travels to Iowa, New Mexico and Texas seeking a greater understanding of the man and his music. He gives context to the songs and pays tribute to Buddy’s friends and delivers a dynamic show uniquely his own.
Lewis & Clark Theatre Company is proud to offer Stuart Little showing April 9,2021 at 7:30pm, April 10 at 2:00pm & 7:30pm, and April 11th at 2:00pm.
Stuart is the second son of an ordinary New York couple. He just happens to be…a mouse! Discover Stuart’s charming adventures from his apartment to Central Park and beyond. Told by young actors playing characters big and small, STUART LITTLE is the biggest little adventure you’ll ever see.
Purchase tickets to Stuart Little by Messaging the Lewis & Clark Theatre Company on Facebook or call (605) 665-4711.