Shakespeare's Richard III at Prentis Park in Vermillion
LAMB, Shot in the Dark and the South Dakota Shakespeare Festival all all producing theatrical offerings, ISU Extension offers a Bike-n-Bite at the Lakes, theres a Pride Picnic, a Pop up Park and a chance to kick start your kayak.
There's lots of theater stuff, lots of outdoor stuff, even some outdoor, theater stuff plus On Stage Orange City returns and Ice Cream Days begins.
It's spring and there is no lack of activities. Dr. Frank O'Neil talks about what happens when your brain gets tired, there is an award winning pianist performing at the Sioux City Art Center for Siouxland Federated Music Club, Stone State Park has its first walk of spring and it's Less Talk-More Bach at the National Music Museum.
Lots of theater as SCCT and LAMB are both opening shows and Shot in the Dark closes one. USD Chamber Singers perform in Sioux City. The Rough and Tumble (folk) Rock the South Sioux City Public Library. And Six Appeal brings a rock and roll mentality to perform their a capella comedy at the Pearson Lakes Art Center.
Friday is Writing Day examines what makes a great children's book. The Conservatory welcomes Cello Fury. The Morningside College Jazz Festival features a sax player and a multi instrumentalist. The Symphony has a world premiere, LAMB does The Vagina Monologues...and that's all before Sunday!