Beginning in 1963 with Rodger’s and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma! right up to 2022’s Jersey Boys, Fort Totten Little Theatre is the longest running summer-stock theater in North Dakota.
Join FTLT as they celebrate and honor 60 years of productions, cast members, and contributors on Saturday, July 9th. The events will begin at the Fort Totten Historic Site and end with Saturday’s showing of Jersey Boys in Roosevelt Park! No need to bring your own chair this year as lawn chairs will be provided. This year’s production is sponsored by Sanford Health. Please give them a “thank you” if you have an opportunity.
$50 per person
Includes food during “Tasty Tour,” ticket for July 9th showing of Jersey Boys, burger basket during show, and souvenir cup.
Final Curtain Call for Stef Keller and Carol Leevers.
11 am, Fort Totten Historic Site Auditorium
The day will begin with honoring the memories and contributions of Stef Keller and Carol Leevers. Both Stef and Carol devoted many years to supporting and promoting the Little Theatre. Their presence is deeply missed by all who knew them. Members of the local arts community will perform a selection of music from past musicals. Facts and Trivia about FTLT will be tied into this event.
Tasty Tour of Fort Totten State Historic Site
Enjoy devilishly-good food and soak up some local history on the grounds of the Fort. Appetizers and drinks will be served in the theater, a meal will be served in the hospital building, and dessert will be available at the Fort Totten Inn.
2 pm, Fort Totten Historic Site
Alumni will be performing songs from past FTLT productions. An entertaining trip down memory lane!
When the curtain falls on the Cabaret, head to downtown Devils Lake where the Lake Region Arts Festival will be offering a variety of arts activities to enjoy. Make sure to stop in at Black Paws Brewing and congratulate Jeb, Dave, VIcky and Wrigley on their new adventure!
5:30 pm, Roosevelt Park
It’s time for you to show your star power! The sing-a-long will be done karaoke style on the new LED screen at Roosevelt Park!
Concessions Open! Come and Eat!
6:30pm, Roosevelt Park
Food, tickets, and drinks will be housed in the new concessions building located in Roosevelt Park. Grab a burger, a hot dog, and a drink while you relax in the park before the show.
8:30 pm Roosevelt Park
It’s been a long day of fun, food, and friends and now it's time to sit back, relax, and enjoy the show! Jersey Boys is a jukebox musical that follows the formation, success, and eventual break-up of the 1960s rock ‘n’ roll group The Four Seasons.