New Minowa Players present ‘Grand Tally’ Nov. 21-24
The Remos (from left: Jon Thompson, Violet Hatfield, Adam Lenehan, Joeann Tesar, Jim MacIntosh), a fundamentalist Christian group led by the narcissistic Reverend Angle (Joeann Tesar) handle lizards and speak in tongues. They’ve seen Grand Tally’s new atlas and interpret the omission of Montana as a sign from God to travel there. (Photo by Julie Berg-Raymond)

In this comedic adventure, a major U. S. road atlas publisher decides to cut costs by omitting the state of Montana.

Militia members assume

the map makers have inside information that the government plans to get rid of the state. A Christian cult believes the rapture is about to happen there. And, Mr. and Mrs. Travers are just trying to visit relatives in Montana, using the newly published map.

This is the premiere of Decorah playwright Robert Wolf's new show based on his book by the same name.

Performances are Thursday, Nov. 21 through Saturday, Nov. 23, at 7:30, and again Sunday, Nov. 24, at 2 p. m. All performances are at New Minowa Players Theatre,