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Fort Totten Little Theater hosts "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels" musical

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It's a tradition that dates back 52 years. The Fort Totten Little Theatre.

The play is "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels", a musical based on the 1980's film of the same name. It's a fun show to see, and the folks that put in on say it's just as much fun to perform.

The play opened this week.

It's the story of two con men trying to con a woman out of $50,000.

25 Actors and musicians have been preparing for more than two months for the show.

Director Anna Lewing says it's a great opportunity to see Broadway shows in the Lake Region, while giving local actors their first chance to hit the stage.

She says some might be surprised at the show they're able to put on.

Anna Lewing, Director said, "It's unbelievable how talented community members are. It's so fun to come out and see your seventh grade teacher who can sing, your carpenter who can sing, your doctor who can dance."

"Dirty Rotten Scoundrels" runs Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday nights through the month of July, with a matinee show on Sunday afternoons.

Tickets are available at the Liquid Bean coffee shop in Devils Lake, or by calling 701-662-8888. 

Adam Ladwig

Adam Ladwig joined WDAZ as the Devils Lake bureau reporter in January, 2012. Prior to that he reported for KDUH-TV in Scottsbluff, Nebraska. Adam has won multiple awards during his time at WDAZ, including an Eric Sevareid award and a Regional Emmy Award as part of team coverage during the search for Anthony Kuznia.  A Colorado native, Adam graduated from the University of Colorado with a degree in Journalism. He misses the Rocky Mountains, but the kind people of North Dakota more than make up for that. He is thrilled to be in the Lake Region, telling stories that matter. In his spare time, Adam is usually futilely attempting to get in shape, or cheering for his beloved Denver Broncos.