The Tony Awards will come to life on the ice of the MAYSA Arena in Minot this weekend.
The Magic City Figure Skating Club's annual show is titled the "67-and-a-half Tony Awards on Ice!"
It includes skaters of many ages and all abilities, performing routines to various show tunes.
Rodrigo Menendez is the new skating director and head pro for the skating club.
His skaters have been rehearsing since November to present the show you'll see this weekend.
The show opens with numbers by the club's four competitive synchronized skating teams.
And then it's on to the show.
(Rodrigo Menendez, Magic City Figure Skating Club Director) "We're trying to recreate the Tony Awards but it's going to be the 67-1/2 Tony Awards so instead of having the 67th or the 68th, it's going to be right in the middle so we can have a little license on the musicals. So it's little highlights of some of the most famous musicals."
The show begins tomorrow night at Minot's MAYSA Arena with a 7pm show.
Then on Saturday, shows are at 2 and 7pm.
And the show closes with a final performance Sunday at 2pm.