Troutbirder: Stories Past and Present of The Nature Loving Life
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Thursday, August 7, 2014
Our friends and traveling companions John and Joann say "howdy."
On our first night in the North Dakota Badlands we took in the Medora Musical. Set on the southern edge of Theodore Roosevelt National Park this restored old time frontier town, for fifty years now has been the site of The Burning Hills Theater and what I call a musical review in the form of cowboy/cowgirl entertainers. Toss in a few horses, comedians and lots of great singers and dancers and you have quite the show. We loved it.
The venue is an amphitheater set on a hillside looking down at the stage. In the background are the beautiful Badlands. What a view that is!
Follow Mrs. T down the escalator to your seats.
We're a bit early so there plenty of seats. Later it was packed.
The Mistress of Ceremonies was Emily Walter "Queen of the West."