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Medora Christmas show coming to Jamestown

The show is Dec. 15 in Jamestown.

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Medora performers Bill Sorenson and Taylor Leet, both of Bismarck, North Dakota, perform during the 2020 "Magical Medora Christmas Tour." Both will be back for 30 performances of this year’s version of the show, which includes a show in Jamestown. Contributed / Medora Musical

Medora performers past and present will perform a holiday show in a number of communities including Jamestown.

The Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation said “A Magical Medora Christmas Tour” has been a traveling holiday favorite for five years.

The Jamestown show is set for 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 15, at the Reiland Fine Arts Center DeNault Auditorium. Tickets are on sale now at www.medora.com .

Eight performers are traveling across North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, and Minnesota, performing 30 times in 22 communities in November and December.

"A Magical Medora Christmas" is a family-friendly holiday show that’s full of spirit, humor and music that audiences have grown to expect from Medora. The 2021 tour is anchored by veteran Medora entertainer Bill Sorenson.

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“The response to our tour has been overwhelmingly positive and extremely rewarding,” Sorenson said. “This year folks are in for a lot of fun. We’re bringing back some of our most well-received songs, and adding a lot of new material, all performed by some of the very best talent Medora has ever offered.”

The cast includes five performers fresh off the 2021 Medora Musical, including Taylor Leet of Bismarck and J’Kobe Wallace of Minot, as well as Jessica Brandish, Travis Smith and Adam Vogel. Medora Musical alumni Chad Willow and Amberly Rosen round out the cast.

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