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Medora Musical Hosts Announced

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    The Medora Musical is a summer favorite.
    And Bill Sorensen and Emily Walter are ready to once again co-host this season.
    Emily Walter has been co-hosting since 2010, she was also a Burning Hills Singer from 1993-1995.
    Sorensen is a former Bismarck Mayor and co-hosted the 2013 season. 
    Both say they are ready to get back on stage.
(Bill Sorensen / Medora Musical Host) "Medora got it's hooks into me. Like it does to a lot of people and Emily as well. I love everything about it. I love the people you get to see. I love the history. I love the beauty. The musical is just a bonus. It's great kids, great entertainment. Can't beat it."
(Emily Walter / Medora Musical Host) "The stage itself, you can't beat it. Almost 3000 people built in the side of a butte, where you have the backdrop you couldn't paint in a million years. It's just gorgeous and that is our playground at night."

    The Medora Musical shows every night, June 6 to September 6, at 7:30 p.m. MDT.
     More information and tickets are available at www.Medora.com. 
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