Good Night Live to present live audience show on March 13
Good Night Live, a late-night talk show with a local focus, will present its first live audience show this year on March 13 at the Mouse River Players Arlene Theater in downtown Minot, according to information provided by the show.
Good Night Live had a successful first season with four sold-out shows but, as with other events, it was severely curtailed by COVID-19 pandemic restrictions and limitations on large gatherings and public events. Now that restrictions have eased somewhat, it is ready to return to a live production.
Hosted by Jake Thrailkill, each show features an opening monologue, interviews with and performances by guests of local and regional renown, skits and bits, and music from house band Myles Barcomb and The Sweet Dreams The first guest for the March 13 show will be hip-hop artist Joe Davis, who is a Minot native now living and working in Minneapolis, where he is a poet, educator, bandleader, and film-producer. Davis will perform with the show’s house band, Myles Barcomb and the Sweet Dreams. The second guest will be meteorologist Amber Wheeler. According to the information provided by the show, some “very funny on-stage antics” have been cooked up by the team for her interview.
Tickets for Good Night Live are $25 and can be purchased on-line at goodnightlive.com and at Eventbrite.com. VIP tables are also available by contacting the Good Night Live Team directly–message them through FaceBook or Instagram.
Lead Writer ShaunAnne Tangney is especially enthusiastic about the VIP experience: “For $600, you get a table for six, food from the Starving Rooster, two rounds of drinks, table service all night, a meet-and-greet with the Good Night Live cast and crew, and the best seats in the house. It’s a great way to get your crew together and enjoy a night out!”
Tickets will be sold for only 75% capacity of the venue to follow the ongoing COVID-19 guidelines and social distancing and mask wearing will be encouraged.