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The sounds and stories of old and new Ireland will be heard in downtown Mitchell. The Area Community Theatre hosts the Celtic group Maggie in the Meantime at 7:30 p.m. on March 16 at the Pepsi Cola Theatre for the Performing Arts, Mitchell. Tickets are $10, reserved seats, and are now on sale at the ACT box office at 996-9137, or mitchellact.org. Tickets will also be available at the door.
More students, a new theater, bigger shows -- and Dan Miller is just getting warmed up. The Dakota Wesleyan University assistant professor of communication and theater, and director of theater, said the school's theater program has grown from just three student majors in 2003-2004 to 11 currently. In his eighth year at DWU, Miller said soon after he joined the program he started the school's bachelor of fine arts in theater. While Miller credits the growing program to a number of factors, he said the BFA is definitely one.
If ever there were a decade known for its music, it's the 1980s. Conjuring up images of big hair, bright colors and Madonna's off-the-shoulder shirts, the defining sounds of the '80s ranged from Michael Jackson's pop prowess to Poison power ballads. And it's a sound that's still sought-after, as this weekend's Corn Palace lineup can attest. Rockfest, where five rock bands will play for six hours, will start at 6 p.m. Saturday at the Palace. Tickets are $40 and available at the Corn Palace box office at 995-8430 or cornpalace.org.
Good kids and a great show. That’s what Mitchell High School vocal director Chris Miller described as the winning combination -- literally -- for Friend de Coup at this weekend’s...
A soft whir fills the air, punctuated periodically by the sound of water sloshing gently as a hand dips into a bucket. As a once-formless lump of clay takes shape,...
Magician. Illusionist. Entertainer. That's how Brookings native Reza describes himself and his show, both of which will hit the Corn Palace stage this weekend. Reza will perform at 2 p.m. on Sunday at the Corn Palace. Tickets are $20 apiece, or buy one get one free, all general admission. They are available at the Corn Palace box office at 995-8430 or www.cornpalace.com . Corn Palace Director Mark Schilling said about 400 tickets had been sold by Wednesday afternoon, and while he admitted the show won't sell out, he's hoping to sell a couple hundred more tickets.
Do you hear the people sing? If not, you can -- tickets for "Les Miserables" are now available online. Show dates for the acclaimed novel turned Broadway hit turned film are at 7:30 p.m. March 21-22 and 28-29, and at 2 p.m. March 23 and 30. Tickets are $10, general admission. The website is www2.dwu.edu/webstore/events/theatre/LesMiserables.aspx. According to the website, tickets will be held for the buyer at the performance. It asks attendees to arrive 20 minutes before show time.
Maybe they should call it Pink Friday. Just like the Christmas season spells ringing phones, extra help and long hours for retailers, there's another day that brings much of the same for florists: Valentine's Day. "Valentine's Day is our biggest holiday of the season," said Dick Anderson, co-owner of Cherrybee's Floral and Gifts on Mitchell's Main Street.
Tracy Pardy has a word to describe Gala 2014: “Fabulous.” The Avera Queen of Peace Foundation director said initial estimates are showing last week’s fundraiser for the foundation, themed The...