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'Thirty Years of Show'

Mitchell High School's show choir Friend de Coup performs during its dinner theater at the Corn Palace Friday night in Mitchell. (Sean Ryan/The Daily Republic)1 / 6
Taylor Callies, center left, and Sarah Bechen, center right, ride their magic carpet being pulled by Joe Morgan, left, and Daniel Pecenka, right, while performing “A Whole New World” from the movie "Aladdin," during the Friend de Coup dinner theater at the Corn Palace Friday night. (Sean Ryan/The Daily Republic)2 / 6
Jake Louder, a senior tenor with Friend de Coup, walks backstage before the start of the show choir's dinner theater at the Corn Palace Friday night. (Sean Ryan/The Daily Republic)3 / 6
Jasmine Fritzemeier, a sophomore sax player in the Mitchell High School band Severe Tire Damage, writes a message on a friend’s card before the start of the Friend se Coup dinner theater Friday night at the Corn Palace. The last dinner theater performance is tonight at 6:30 p.m. at the Corn Palace with Mitchell Middle School show choir Maximum Velocity. (Sean Ryan/The Daily Republic)4 / 6
Dean Uher, father of sophomore alto Melanie Uher, brings the first set of dinner plates to the audience during the Friend de Coup dinner theater at the Corn Palace Friday night. (Sean Ryan/The Daily Republic)5 / 6
Parents of Friend de Coup performers and employees from County Fair Food Store assemble around 600 dinners for the show choir’s dinner theater at the Corn Palace Friday night. The last dinner theater performance is tonight at 6:30 p.m. at the Corn Palace with Mitchell Middle School show choir Maximum Velocity. (Sean Ryan/The Daily Republic) (Sean Ryan/The Daily Republic)6 / 6

Mitchell High School’s show choir wrapped up celebrating the 30th anniversary of show choir in Mitchell this week with its dinner theater performances at the Corn Palace.

The last performance of the season starts at 5 p.m. today, March 29, at the Corn Palace, with Mitchell Middle School’s Maximum Velocity performing as the guest show choir. Tickets are $20, and are available at the Corn Palace box office at 995-8430, or www.cornpalace.org.

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