Williston's Entertainment, Inc! has bee a valuable part of the community since 1981. Each season, volunteers work to create a season of five productions. This weekend you can attend a performance of their final production of the year. One Strange Night by playwright Brad Dokken. Dokken will be in the audience tonight (Friday) and you should be too!

James Nelling is a typical man who loves his wife, tolerates his mother in law and isn't opposed to a little excitement in his life. One Strange Night is a fast-paced farce in two acts that shows us what happens when James gets more excitement than he bargained for.
Add in a bumbling next door neighbor who is always in the wrong place at the wrong time, a beautiful woman who tries to catch James' eye, mistaken identity, a feisty mother-in-law and a visit - or two - from the police and you've got all the makings of One Strange Night.
Directed by Jim Ryen. This show does have some adult situations and sexual innuendos. Children are allowed, at your discretion. Tickets available at the door and online. Don’t miss the LAST show of the season, get your One Strange Night tickets today at www.entertainmentinc.org
Performances at 7:00pm on Thursday, April 20, Friday, April 21, Saturday, April 22 and Monday, April 24th plus a matinee at 2:00pm Sunday April 23. All performances are at the Old Armory, downtown Williston. Individual adult tickets are $20, student tickets are $10. Preschool (Ages 4-6): No charge but must have a preschool ticket.

Entertainment Inc! is still in need of volunteers to help with their production. Some positions they are looking for are, Ushers, Concessions Workers and Cleanup Crew. They offer a free ticket to the show on the night you volunteer.


The cast and crew have worked hard for this production. Thanks to sponsors Williston State College. With the support from our community sponsors and patrons, Entertainment Ince! can continue to bring quality theatrical productions to Northwest North Dakota.

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