Located in Custer State Park at the site of an old Civilian Conservation Corp camp, the Black Hills Playhouse brings artists from all over the nation to create theater productions for residents and people visiting the Black Hills, and educational experiences for students of theater.
The playhouse is affiliated with the University of South Dakota and is one of the oldest summer stock theaters in the nation. Each summer four to six plays are offered covering musicals, drama, and comedies during 72 performances Tuesdays through Sundays.
The playhouse presents a sneak peak review of the 2015 season on Sunday with its Tatanka Teaser at 2 pm. This year's show's are To Kill a Mockingbird, She Loves Me, Shrek: the Musical, and Moonlight and Magnolias.
Executive director Linda Anderson and artistic director Dan Workman joined Dakota Midday to discuss the theater's 70th anniversary season.
For more information, visit the Black Hills Playhouse website.