Our friends at The Dickinson Press had some nice things to say about Honky Tonk Angels, this fall’s featured musical in Medora!
Here’s an excerpt from Ashley Koffer’s reporting:
MEDORA, N.D. — Classic country music songs and lots of laughs set the stage for Medora’s fall musical performance, “ Honky Tonk Angels .” The Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation production is the crowning performance of the Old Town Hall Theater’s fall lineup.
Alixandra Johnson, digital media specialist with TRMF, highlighted what musical goers can expect.
“It runs through November 6, and it is nonstop top to bottom, just classic country hit after classic country hit,” Johnson said. “And that sort of drives the story of these three female friends who hop on a bus to Nashville and sort of find friendship in each other and explore the power of country music.”
Tim Olson, TRMF communications specialist, said the play is led by three actresses that each have a unique singing voice.
“The three leading singers are just incredible, really great musicians from around the country who are cast to do this,” Olson said. “It’s an original story and it features a lot of songs that people know. So that’s kind of the fun of it. People can sing along and be familiar with what they’re hearing, but it tells a story of three ladies finding their way to Nashville and meeting each other. So it’s very cool.”
You can read the full story here.
Honky Tonk Angels runs through November 6th in Medora! We can’t wait to see you here.