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A Teddy Roosevelt Salute to Medora
Theodore Roosevelt comes to life in this vivid and rousing presentation. Learn about Theodore Roosevelt as President, husband, father, soldier, hunter, and Badlands rancher. Roosevelt is portrayed by Joe Wiegand who performs this role nationally, including a White House appearance for President George W. Bush.
You may have recently seen Wiegand as Theodore Roosevelt in the History Channel’s, The Men Who Built America or in NFL Films, Centennial of the Forward Pass. TR will answer your questions at the end of the show. On occasion, Theodore Roosevelt and Edith Roosevelt will be portrayed by Larry and Julia Marple, veteran educators and re-enactors from Ohio.
Performances take place in the Old Town Hall Theater. The box office opens thirty minutes before each show. The Old Town Hall Theater is handicap accessible via a wheelchair lift.
“Speak softly and carry a big stick! Joe Wiegand as TR is tremendous.”
Lee O. - Washington, DC
“Joe Wiegand as TR makes you think and laugh. A real inspiration.”
Tina S. - Deadwood, SD
- Adult: $9.30
- Student: $4.65
- Preschool: FREE
Medora to Host First Ever Meeting of Theodore Roosevelt Re-enactors
Medora and the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation are playing host to the first ever “Gathering of TR's”, a performance review and conference featuring six Theodore Roosevelts and one Edith Roosevelt, TR’s second wife and First Lady of the Nation.
The event will be held Wednesday, August 6.
Featured that afternoon, among other activities, will be Mr. Marty Jonason, a professional acting coach from Fargo, North Dakota. He is believed to be the last surviving man to have portrayed TR in the original show “Old Four Eyes,” which preceded the Medora Musical. Mr. Jonason also played TR in Medora in 1964.
One $10 ticket will be good for the entire day of performances to be held at the Old Town Hall Theater (OTHT) in downtown Medora.
All Events 10:30AM – 5:45PM – Mountain Time - at Old Town Hall Theater.
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