Missoula Children's Theater
Missoula Children's Theater comes to Langdon every summer in July. Participation is open to students entering grades 1 through 12. A wide range of ages creates a fun and interesting performance! The 2021 production was The Emperor's New Clothes.
Musicals / Dinner Theater
NLAC has sponsored the following drama & musical productions:
2020 Once Upon an Ever After: A Musical Revue
2019 Nunsense: The Mega-Musical Version
2017 (Dec) Oh What Fun! A Christmas Celebration
2017 (Feb) Take Me To The Movies! A Musical Revue
2016 The Most Memorable Songs on Broadway: A Musical Revue
2015 The Capper Trap
2014 Dinner Theater: Country Cruising to Murder
2013 Langdon History Review: Highlights Through the Ages
2012 Dinner Theater: Hang Him & Read the Will
2011 Musical: Annie
2010 Dinner Theater: Dearly Beloved
2009 Dinner Theater: Larceny and Old Lace
2008 Dinner Theater: Dearly Departed
2007 Musical: Bye Bye Birdie
2006 Dinner Theater: Greater Tuna
2005 Always, Patsy Cline
2004 How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying; Dinner Theater: Ole & Lena's Wedding
2003 The WIZ; A Christmas Carol
2002 Damn Yankees; Murder Mystery Dinner Theater: Black Jack and a Dream in Pieces; The Day They Kidnapped the Pope
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The Langdon Area High School Jazz Band performs annually in May or June at the outdoor Boyd Block Plaza (or the historic Roxy Theater in the event of rain)! We kicked off a new event in 2021 - the Summer Concert Series. We had concerts Thursdays in June at Boyd Block, starting with the LAHS Jazz Band & Pop Choir. The second week we had a Musical Revue Throwback Night under the direction of Emily Braunberger and accompanied by Lisa Schuler, featuring local talent performing songs from past musicals and musical revues. The last Thursday we welcomed Divas Through the Decades, a tribute band from Minnesota singing pop hits from the 1940s through today!
Thank you to our sponsors! Langdon Area Chamber of Commerce, Ottertail Power Company Foundation; This activity is supported in part by a grant from the North Dakota Council on the Arts, which receives funding from the state legislature and the National Endowment for the Arts; This engagement is supported by the Arts Midwest Touring Fund, a program that is funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, with additional contributions from the North Dakota Council on the Arts and the Crane Group.
The Northern Lights Arts Council was very excited to host Lorie Line in Langdon! She performed at the Roxy Theater to a sold out crowd on May 24, 2018 as a part of her Simply Grand Solo Piano tour.
A Community Choir performs every few years. This photo is of the two choirs that performed for Langdon's 125th Celebration in 2013. The Adult Choir is standing, while the children are sitting in front. There were approximately 40 voices in the adult choir and 30 in the children's choir.