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Tickets for spring production of 'Godspell' now available

Tickets are now on sale for Dakota Wesleyan University's spring musical, "Godspell." DWU will perform "Godspell" at 7:30 p.m., April 8-9 and April 15-16, and at 2 p.m. April 10 and 17, in the DWU Sherman Center. General admission tickets are $12....

Tickets are now on sale for Dakota Wesleyan University's spring musical, "Godspell."

DWU will perform "Godspell" at 7:30 p.m., April 8-9 and April 15-16, and at 2 p.m. April 10 and 17, in the DWU Sherman Center. General admission tickets are $12. Tickets are available in advance at County Fair Food Store, or online at https://store.dwu.edu/godspell . Tickets will also be sold at the door, as available.

The musical consists of a small group of people helping Jesus Christ tell different parables by using a wide variety of games, storytelling techniques and hefty doses of comic timing.

The cast and their majors, if applicable, includes: Jesus-Marian Ragels, freshman, theater, Mitchell; John the Baptist/Judas-James Van Oort, 1999 DWU graduate, Mitchell; Nick-Ian Hyde, senior, theater, Irvine, California; Telly-Dyrani Clark, senior, digital media and design, Loveland, Colorado; George-Clinton Desmond, DWU choral director; Anna Maria-Rowan Byrd, freshman, theater, White Lake; Lindsey-Alaina Bertsch, junior, theater, Mitchell; Uzo-Ann Thury, junior, theater, Parkston; Morgan-Kurt Schwarzenbart, junior, music, Salem; and Celisse-Madi Miller, senior, theater, Mitchell.

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