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Skaters to Present Halloween Show

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"Welcome to My Nightmare" is the name of the first ever Magic City Figure Skating Club Halloween production, starting next week.

A theatre choreographer from Boston, Massachusetts recently came to Minot and decided to do something figure skaters in Minot have never done - a theatrical production on ice.

The show is an hour long Halloween story with skaters ranging in age from 8 to 34.

He says he's excited to see how the event goes, and hopes to be able to do more things like this on the rink in the Magic City.

(Darren Browning, Choreographer) "It's actually really exciting, the community seems to be getting really pumped and excited about it. I noticed when I got here that there wasn't a lot offered for Halloween in Minot, so I thought this would be perfect. You know, offer the community something to come and enjoy as a family, and to have a safe and great Halloween."

The show is October 30th and 31st at the MAYSA Arena.

Tickets can be bought in advance or at the door, and treat bags will be given to kids on the 31st.

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