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Shade Tree Players Wrap-up Season with Three Great Shows

By PI Staff

Dakota Stage Theater and Shade Tree Players are proud to present their final three plays that will run during August 2012. They are as follows

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A Tale of Two Productions: The Princess King and Stone Soup

Dakota Stage Ltd. and Shade Tree Players are proud to present The Princess King at Dakota Stage as the next show of their summer children’s the­atre season; and Stone Soup at the Frances Leach High Prairie Arts and Science Complex.

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Dakota Stage Ends the Season With a Wedding?

By Amber Bernhardt

Dakota Stage Ltd. is proud to end their season with Getting  Sara Married, a riotous romp  of a rom-com.  This peppy play stars a colorful cast of stage favorites including Rebecca Maloney, Stuart Savelkoul, Renee Brady, Amanda  Pitzer, Mark Hasbargen and new comer  Ryan Masset. Directed by DSL veteran Deb Carpenter, this playful, delightful piece is a must see.

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Dakota Stage falls down the Rabbit Hole

By PI Staff

Dakota Stage Ltd. is proud to present Rabbit Hole, the beautiful, breathtaking, Pulitzer Prize winning play, now a major motion picture with Nicole Kidman. Starring a solid cast of familiar DSL faces including Melissa Schumacher and Mark Kuntz, and directed by David Puma, this touching and thoughtful production is not to be missed. One of the goals for Dakota Stage this year was to present new plays that had not previously been shown in Bismarck.

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You’d be INSANE to miss Dakota Stage’s new production

Dakota Stage Ltd. is proud to present One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, the classic dra­matic comedy that’s a favorite of page, stage and screen.

Starring DSL veterans George C. Welder as Harding, Austin J. Flemmer as McMurphy and Amber Rae Bernhardt as Nurse Ratched, featuring other familiar faces Amanda Pitzer, David Hagler and El J. Arntson, and under the direction of DSL Artistic Director Brian Brady, audi­ences would have to be CRAZY to miss this production.

This show contains mature themes and strong language and is not recommended for anyone under the age of 18.

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest per­formances are at 7:30 p.m. on Wednes­days through Saturdays and at 2 p.m. on Sundays from January 26 through Febru­ary 5. Continue reading