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Young Frankenstein

History Boy is proud to announce the summer production is Young Frankenstein! Thank you all for participating in our game and congrats to those in the running for a pair of free tickets.

Pre Auditions will be held Tuesday March 19th at 6pm. Audition materials will be passed out and this is a good chance to get familiar with the show and the audition process. Pre Auditions are not mandatory but are helpful. Auditions will be held Thursday March 21st at 6pm. Please be prepared with 16 measures or 1 minute worth of a song either from the show or something of your own. We are looking forward to seeing you there to help us ‘put on the ritz’ make sure to mark your calendars!

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A Year With Frog and Toad

History Boy is at it again presenting A Year with Frog and Toad. This whimsical musical based off the beloved children’s books by Arnold Lobel follow two good friends – the cheerful, popular Frog and the rather grumpy Toad – through four fun-filled seasons.


This is the perfect show for children and adults alike bringing joy and laughter.


All tickets include dinner, served before, and the show.
All performances begin at 7:00pm with dinner being served at 6:00pm with Sunday being a matinee performance beginning at 2:00pm with dinner served at 1:00pm
Ticket prices are $25 for Adults (13 and up) and $17 for Children (12 and under)
Tickets and be purchased by stopping in, calling (515)379-5369, or by clicking the link.

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Hands on a Hardbody

This is it! The time is finally here. Tickets for Hands on a Hardbody are now on sale!

Hands on a Hardbody is a musical in eastern Texas where 10 hard up Texans are trying to change their luck by winning a brand new truck! How far will they go and who will be the winner? Based on a documentary by the same title, this musical is sure to bring you laughs, tears, and everything in between.

Come join us on June 8th, 9th, 15th, and 16th at 7:00 pm or June 10th and 17th at 2:00 pm. Tickets as always are only $15 and easy to get just stop in and see us at RVP~1875, give us a call at (515)370-5369, or at Ticketleap by clicking the here.

Don’t Hug Me

History Boy was proud to announce the winter show, Don’t Hug Me. This show was a remake of the very first History Boy show to celebrate our 10 year anniversary! This will be our traditional Dinner and a Show and ran during the month of December 2017!

It’s Fargo meets The Music Man (without the blood or the trombones).

Oh, for cryin’ in yer snow shoes! It’s the coldest day of the year in Bunyan Bay when a slick karaoke salesman arrives at the bar and turns the locals’ lives upside down. With its over the top songs and crazy characters, this Minnesota love story with singin’ and stuff will have you laughing until the spring thaw!

Don’t Hug Me takes place in Bunyan Bay, Minnesota. Cantankerous bar owner, Gunner Johnson, wants to sell the business and move to Florida. Clara, his wife and former Winter Carnival Bunyan Queen, wants to stay. Bernice Lundstrom, the pretty waitress, wants to pursue a singing career. Her fiance, Kanute Gunderson, wants her to stay home. It’s a battle of wills, and when a fast-talking salesman, Aarvid Gisselsen, promises to bring romance into their lives through the ‘magic’ of karaoke, all heck breaks loose!

Featuring the songs, “I’m a Walleye Woman in a Crappie Town,” “My Smorgasbord of Love,” “Upside Down in My Pickup Truck,” and “I Wanna Go to the Mall of America.”

Don’t Hug Me was first produced by Dan Hirsch at the Whitefire Theatre in Los Angeles, California, in November 2003. It was directed by Paul Kreppel. Don’t Hug Me was subsequently produced by Olson Brothers’ Entertainment at Hennepin Stages in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in September 2004. It was directed by Peter Moore.

Striking 12

Inspired, in part, by Hans Christian Andersen’s, “The Little Match Girl,” it tells the story of a grumpy, overworked New Yorker who resolves to spend New Year’s Eve alone in his apartment when an unexpected visitor brings some much-needed cheer. The evening springs to life through an eclectic score that combines pop, rock, jazz, showtunes, and more.