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Sam Hathaway, from left, Andrew Hodny and Taylor Jarman, as town elders, offer some advice to Grant Elliot as Willard in the street theater play to be performed Friday in Granite Falls, Minn., downtown during this year’s Meander. (Tribune photo by Ron Adams)

Saturday Nights! Meander’s opening act is live, outdoor theater in Granite Falls, Minn., with message for rural communities

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GRANITE FALLS — Having already told the history of the Upper Minnesota River Valley from the ice age to the era of pioneer settlement, what more can playwrights Ashley Hanson and Andrew Gaylord teach us?
What our future can be like.That is an underlying theme in their next, unique live theater production, “Granite Falls: Saturday Nights!”Audience members will stroll the modern day Main Street of Granite Falls as more than 40 local actors bring back what it was like in the heyday of rural, smal

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Tom Cherveny
Tom Cherveny is a regional and outdoor reporter with the West Central Tribune in Willmar, MN.
(320) 214-4335
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