Oct 07 Friday
Black Hills Community opens its 55th Season with Average Family, the family friendly comedy by South Dakota Native and 2020 MacArthur Genius Grant Recipient Larissa FastHorse. The Roubidouxs may come from Indigenous heritage, but they are your typical technology-loving, city-dwelling family. When they are “randomly” chosen to compete against a rustic working class family on a reality tv show - tasked with living off the land of a Minnesota prairie for three months - they are in for a real culture shock. They must learn how to work together and reconnect with their culture in order to win a cash prize in this hilarious comedy perfect for the entire family.
The entire Bible in thirty minutes or less -- just like the title promises. Led by an ambitious narrator, this energetic and hilarious play opens with the Book of Genesis and runs right through the Book of Revelation. Meet over 100 Biblical characters, famous and obscure, all at breakneck speed. Can this feat be completed in its allotted time? Grab your watch and find out!
Friday and Saturday at 7:30 PM Sunday matinee at 2:30 PM
Oct 08 Saturday
Oct 11 Tuesday
Forever Young is an exciting new look at the greatest hits of all time. Starring the most talented guys you’ll ever meet, Forever Young takes you back to the music of your youth, back to the moment you discovered what it meant to set the record down, push play and tune in!
Set in a suburban hangout, Forever Young is jam-packed with powerhouse vocals, dynamite choreography and, most importantly, a story of how one record player can truly change everything.
Packed full of pop, rock and country classics, Forever Young is ultimately a tribute to your life…and your music!
Oct 12 Wednesday
No class on October 12.Must know the Two Step BasicsLearn some new Country Two Step patterns to enhance your fun on the dance floor.
No class on October 12thThis is a 4-week Intermediate Country Waltz Class. Must know waltz basics to take this class.You will learn some fun and new moves to improve your dancing skills.See you on the Dance Floor!
Oct 13 Thursday
This charming musical is a 21st century take on Jean Webster’s classic novel. Jerusha Abbott is about to age out of the orphanage she grew up in when a mysterious benefactor funds her college education. The conditions are that they never meet and that she writes him a letter once a month. Not knowing who the man is, Jerusha invents him from her imagination, and not only finds her voice as a writer, but quite a bit more than she expected.
Oct 14 Friday
Oct 15 Saturday
Oct 16 Sunday