WALHALLA, N.D. – Frost Fire Summer Theatre is disappointed to announce that they will not be able to host their 39th annual production due to a natural disaster.
Staff members discovered the roof and sidewalls over the amphitheater collapsed after a late April storm brought heavy snowfall.
“With the integrity of the remaining portion of the roof compromised, and the extensive repairs needed to get the amphitheater back into operation, we regretfully have to suspend the 2023 Frost Fire Summer Theatre production,” said board member Darrin Longtin.
“We were hoping that maybe we could just delay our starting date to get the repairs done. But after closer inspection by the insurance adjusters and an engineer, they believe it will take most of the summer to repair. It is extremely disappointing. I have been looking forward to producing this show ever since I saw the national premier in 2008 at the Guthrie Theatre in Minneapolis,” said director Amy Jo Paukert.
Although the stage is closed for the season, Frost Fire will still be hosting their two summer day camps in the lodge. June 5-9 will be the visual arts camp and August 7-11 will be the performing arts camp. Watch Frost Fire's social media pages and website for more information on summer events.
Biking plans to be open as weather allows and trail maintenance can be completed. Watch their social media or website for more information on summer events.
If you would like to donate to the theatre, click here or send a check to PO Box 888, Walhalla, ND 58282.
If you have already purchased tickets, Frost Fire will contact you regarding a refund.
Frost Fire Summer Theatre has a great volunteer program and would love to have you join us!
Volunteer Positions Include:
Golf Cart Driver
Volunteers enjoy a FREE buffet and a FREE ticket to our summer show.
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