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Theatre NDSU - LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS

From the award winning composing team who brought us Disney’s Beauty and the Beast and The Little Mermaid comes this musical comedy about a boy, a girl, and a plant. The original Off-Broadway production of LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS won the coveted Drama Desk Award for Best Musical. Its recent triumphant Broadway revival was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Revival! It is a fun-filled, delightful spoof of all those great old 50’s science fiction movies. Seymour, the nerdy clerk at a down-on-its luck flower shop, loves the shop’s beautiful cashier Audrey and sets out to impress her by growing the world’s most unusual plant. He soon discovers that the plant requires more than just water and sun to thrive.

VIEWER INFO/WARNINGS: Minimum age recommendation of 8 years old.
Fighting, violence, blood, use of guns and knives, and people getting eaten by a plant.

7:30 pm
Askanase Auditorium Fargo, ND

Theatre NDSU - LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS

From the award winning composing team who brought us Disney’s Beauty and the Beast and The Little Mermaid comes this musical comedy about a boy, a girl, and a plant. The original Off-Broadway production of LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS won the coveted Drama Desk Award for Best Musical. Its recent triumphant Broadway revival was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Revival! It is a fun-filled, delightful spoof of all those great old 50’s science fiction movies. Seymour, the nerdy clerk at a down-on-its luck flower shop, loves the shop’s beautiful cashier Audrey and sets out to impress her by growing the world’s most unusual plant. He soon discovers that the plant requires more than just water and sun to thrive.

VIEWER INFO/WARNINGS: Minimum age recommendation of 8 years old.
Fighting, violence, blood, use of guns and knives, and people getting eaten by a plant.

7:30 pm
Askanase Auditorium Fargo, ND

Theatre NDSU - LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS

From the award winning composing team who brought us Disney’s Beauty and the Beast and The Little Mermaid comes this musical comedy about a boy, a girl, and a plant. The original Off-Broadway production of LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS won the coveted Drama Desk Award for Best Musical. Its recent triumphant Broadway revival was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Revival! It is a fun-filled, delightful spoof of all those great old 50’s science fiction movies. Seymour, the nerdy clerk at a down-on-its luck flower shop, loves the shop’s beautiful cashier Audrey and sets out to impress her by growing the world’s most unusual plant. He soon discovers that the plant requires more than just water and sun to thrive.

VIEWER INFO/WARNINGS: Minimum age recommendation of 8 years old.
Fighting, violence, blood, use of guns and knives, and people getting eaten by a plant.

7:30 pm
Askanase Auditorium Fargo, ND

Theatre NDSU - LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS

From the award winning composing team who brought us Disney’s Beauty and the Beast and The Little Mermaid comes this musical comedy about a boy, a girl, and a plant. The original Off-Broadway production of LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS won the coveted Drama Desk Award for Best Musical. Its recent triumphant Broadway revival was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Revival! It is a fun-filled, delightful spoof of all those great old 50’s science fiction movies. Seymour, the nerdy clerk at a down-on-its luck flower shop, loves the shop’s beautiful cashier Audrey and sets out to impress her by growing the world’s most unusual plant. He soon discovers that the plant requires more than just water and sun to thrive.

VIEWER INFO/WARNINGS: Minimum age recommendation of 8 years old.
Fighting, violence, blood, use of guns and knives, and people getting eaten by a plant.

7:30 pm
Askanase Auditorium Fargo, ND

Theatre NDSU - LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS

From the award winning composing team who brought us Disney’s Beauty and the Beast and The Little Mermaid comes this musical comedy about a boy, a girl, and a plant. The original Off-Broadway production of LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS won the coveted Drama Desk Award for Best Musical. Its recent triumphant Broadway revival was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Revival! It is a fun-filled, delightful spoof of all those great old 50’s science fiction movies. Seymour, the nerdy clerk at a down-on-its luck flower shop, loves the shop’s beautiful cashier Audrey and sets out to impress her by growing the world’s most unusual plant. He soon discovers that the plant requires more than just water and sun to thrive.

VIEWER INFO/WARNINGS: Minimum age recommendation of 8 years old.
Fighting, violence, blood, use of guns and knives, and people getting eaten by a plant.

7:30 pm
Askanase Auditorium Fargo, ND

Theatre NDSU - LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS

From the award winning composing team who brought us Disney’s Beauty and the Beast and The Little Mermaid comes this musical comedy about a boy, a girl, and a plant. The original Off-Broadway production of LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS won the coveted Drama Desk Award for Best Musical. Its recent triumphant Broadway revival was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Revival! It is a fun-filled, delightful spoof of all those great old 50’s science fiction movies. Seymour, the nerdy clerk at a down-on-its luck flower shop, loves the shop’s beautiful cashier Audrey and sets out to impress her by growing the world’s most unusual plant. He soon discovers that the plant requires more than just water and sun to thrive.

VIEWER INFO/WARNINGS: Minimum age recommendation of 8 years old.
Fighting, violence, blood, use of guns and knives, and people getting eaten by a plant.

7:30 pm
Askanase Auditorium Fargo, ND

Theatre NDSU - LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS

From the award winning composing team who brought us Disney’s Beauty and the Beast and The Little Mermaid comes this musical comedy about a boy, a girl, and a plant. The original Off-Broadway production of LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS won the coveted Drama Desk Award for Best Musical. Its recent triumphant Broadway revival was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Revival! It is a fun-filled, delightful spoof of all those great old 50’s science fiction movies. Seymour, the nerdy clerk at a down-on-its luck flower shop, loves the shop’s beautiful cashier Audrey and sets out to impress her by growing the world’s most unusual plant. He soon discovers that the plant requires more than just water and sun to thrive.

VIEWER INFO/WARNINGS: Minimum age recommendation of 8 years old.
Fighting, violence, blood, use of guns and knives, and people getting eaten by a plant.

7:30 pm
Askanase Auditorium Fargo, ND

TRIBUTE TO A KING

TRIBUTE TO A KING: DANNY ELVIS & the Moonlake Orchestra

Tribute to a King, Danny Elvis and The Moon Lake Orchestra’s show is a program sure to touch your heart. Danny has performed at the Dick Clark American Bandstand in Branson, MO as well Elvis Week in Portage, IN. Danny also built the famous “Redtail Guitar” and performed alongside Aaron Tippin in support of The Young Eagles Youth Program at the largest airshow in the world, AirVenture-Oshkosh! Danny has received regular standing ovations for his rendition of the King of Rock & Roll and this wonderful era of American Music!

Speaking of a special evening The announcer for the Tribute to a King Show on November 7, 2014 is Stanley Zakinski. Stanley was trained by the Secret Service and FBI in Diplomatic Protection Service. Colonel Tom Parker hired Stanley Zakinski to provide protection service for Elvis Presley and Ginger Alden in the second to the last show Elvis ever performed. This concert was at the grand opening of the Rapid City Civic Center. Stanley has some great stories and insight into guarding the King as well as President Reagan and a number of other interesting dignitaries. Stanley Zakinski went on to become the Chief of Police for Rapid City, SD as well as Police Chief of Keystone, SD. Stanley currently owns a private detective firm in.

Following is a list of some the great players that make up The Moon Lake Orchestra!

Moe Hanson is a career drummer that toured on and off with Bobby Vee for over 20 years. Moe is considered a master drummer. Moe was in a 15 piece jazz band that was a house band at the Sands Hotel/Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. It was here that he became good friends with Buddy Rich and they took turns filling in for each others bands. Moe has performed with Lawrence Welk and many notable musicians over the years. Moe was also employed by the Las Angeles Lakers basketball team to provide entertainment in their private club. It was here that he got to know Hall of Fame basketball player Walt Chamberlain. Moe also got to know and work with jazz great Louie Bellson whom Duke Ellington referred to as the “world’s greatest musicain.” Seeing Moe Hanson play drums is a treat in and of itself and you will not want to miss it!

Dr. John Tesch, conductor of the Lake Agassiz Concert Band, has been the Director of Low Brass at Minnesota State University Moorhead since 1976, and until this past year, the Director of Bands. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Northern Colorado, a Master of Music Degree from Indiana University and a Doctor of Musical Arts Degree from the University of Arizona. Active as a conductor and performer, Dr. Tesch has appeared as a guest soloist, clinician, and conductor . During his tenure at Minnesota State University Moorhead, the Wind Ensemble toured extensively in Canada, Spain, Germany, Czech Republic, Switzerland, and China, as well as throughout the Midwest.

Kenny Schossow, Lead Guitar and Mid America Music Hall Of Fame inductee. In the mid-1960s, Kenny mentored under and jammed with a number of fellow Mid America Music Hall Of Fame inductees, namely Bobby Vee, Steve Wroe, Marc Wroe, Jeff Mooridian, Mike Colby, John Leppart, Steve Palmer and Ward Dunkirk. Kenny attributes much of what he knows about music even today to his camaraderie with these players, along with the Blessings of a vibrant soul, loving parents and his wife Karen Schossow. Kenny performed in opening acts for Michael and The Messengers, Paul Revere and The Raiders, and The Dave Clark Five and has backed up artists including Janna Jay from Hee Haw, Susan Raye from the Buck Owens arena and the Upper Midwest's own Bobby Vee.

Michael Helm performs regularly and was a ‘ Show Band” piano player in Las Vegas for years. Michael Helm is one of the best performers you will ever see. Michael Helm has performed with Charo, The Imperials, The Coasters, Tito Paente Jr and The Flamingos to name a few!

CC Hagen Originally from Summit, South Dakota, Hagen moved to Nashville in 2005. Cliff is an accomplished studio musician, playing nearly a dozen instruments as well as vocals. He has been a featured songwriter at the famed Bluebird Cafe and co-written with the likes of Dickey Lee and Freddy Weller. Hagen is an active touring musician, traveling the country supporting many national artists and most recently, has been playing to stadium audiences all over the country as bass player and backup vocalist for Nashville country star, Andy Griggs, including a featured performance at the famed, Grand Ole Opry.

Tanya Kemper with her 5 octave vocal range and stellar musicianship graduated Magna Cum Laude from Minnesota State University Moorhead with a degree in Vocal Music Education in December of 1999 and has been teaching at the Ada-Borup Public Schools ever since. By day she is a mild mannered music teacher/choir director and church cantor, but by night she is the lead vocal in the Q5Band along with her sister Monica Winter. When not singing lead, she does back up vocals, bass, boards and auxiliary percussion as needed. Tanya resides on her family farm by Gary, MN with her husband of 19 years, Curt, and their 4 children.

Monica Winter, a native of Twin Valley, MN, has been jivin' with the Fargo/Moorhead music scene in one form or another for 26 years. Monica is a truly great talent! She has done studio work and has been a great asset to all of those around her. Her most current adventures are wailing out harmonies and leads with the Q5 Band (variety with boas!), instructing students at her studio, and jamming with fellow musicians at various liturgical functions. It's all been in preparation for performing with the one, the only.... Danny Elvis!!! Seriously, Monica has a great sense of humor and her leval of professionalism lifts everyone up around her.

Craig Mozley (guitar, bass, mandolin, dobro, rhythm) Craig grew up in California playing in Rock & Roll Club Bands on the west coast. Craig went on to perform in blues, country and bluegrass bands around the country as well. While bass is his favored instrument, he is a musical jack of all trades. Craig played with The Drifters and more recently with Johnny Butten, the worlds fastest banjo player!

The father/son team of Johnny Rocket and Don Nustad have been a great force in the Danny Elvis Show for years! Don is truly an amazing percussionist, sound man and general go to guy for anything musical. He is a great friend to all and is one of those people that inspire everyone around him. Johnny Rocket helps with anything that needs to be done.

Jerry Claus plays the Hammond Organ and has that beautiful bass voice that was so powerfully presented by JD Sumner in Elvis’s records and live performances. Jerry is a great musician and a true force in the Moon Lake Orchestra.

Dannijel Zeric, NDSU Saxophone Performance Major and is currently playing lead tenor in NDSU’s Jazz Ensemble.

Jeff DeVillers is a trumpet great that has performed all over the country. His attension to detail and skills that bring that soul touching big trumpet sound of some of Elvis’s greatest hits to the stage has to be experianced to be explained.

Perry Kleven plays trumpet and is the President of the Red River Valley Veterans Concert Band. Perry is a super talented trumpet player and brings an iconic sound as well as a down to earth personality to the stage. He is a great performer!

Dorian Walker plays trombone. His insight into the musical journey in his own words are: “What is good music? The answer is simpler than most consider it. It is music that rewards you deeply on an emotional level. It is quite intuitive really - the greater the reward/pleasure, the better the music.”

Josh Mathern plays bass trombone in the Red River Valley Veterans Concert Band.

The Moon Lake Orchestra is made up of a Who’s Who of great players that have made a name for themselves as great musicians and entertainers!

See You At The Show!!!

7:30 pm
Festival Concert Hall Fargo, ND

Theatre NDSU - THE WOMEN OF LOCKERBIE

Lending a powerful voice to a disturbingly contemporary anguish - how to respond to suffering caused by a terrorist attack. The story follows a mother from New Jersey as she roams the hills of Lockerbie, Scotland, looking for her son's remains that were lost in the crash of Pan Am 103 on Dec. 21, 1988. She meets the women of Lockerbie, who are fighting the U.S. government to obtain the clothing of the victims found in the plane's wreckage. The women, determined to convert an act of hatred into an act of love, want to wash the clothes of the dead and return them to the victim's families. In a world witnessing continual acts of revenge and hatred, this story has the ability to move an audience to new hope, using Love's victorious power.

VIEWER INFO/WARNINGS: Minimum recommeded age of 5 years old.
7:30 pm
Walsh Studio Theatre Fargo, ND

Theatre NDSU - THE WOMEN OF LOCKERBIE

Lending a powerful voice to a disturbingly contemporary anguish - how to respond to suffering caused by a terrorist attack. The story follows a mother from New Jersey as she roams the hills of Lockerbie, Scotland, looking for her son's remains that were lost in the crash of Pan Am 103 on Dec. 21, 1988. She meets the women of Lockerbie, who are fighting the U.S. government to obtain the clothing of the victims found in the plane's wreckage. The women, determined to convert an act of hatred into an act of love, want to wash the clothes of the dead and return them to the victim's families. In a world witnessing continual acts of revenge and hatred, this story has the ability to move an audience to new hope, using Love's victorious power.

VIEWER INFO/WARNINGS: Minimum recommeded age of 5 years old.
7:30 pm
Walsh Studio Theatre Fargo, ND
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