On the advice of a tourism consultant, Deadwood has expanded the Trial of Jack McCall play and street performances - including shootouts - beyond the peak summer tourism season, the Black Hills Pioneer reports.
Deadwood Alive, the theater production company owned by the city of Deadwood's Historic Preservation Commission, has added weekend shows and performances for the fall and spring, with no performances scheduled from mid-December through mid-March. Walking tours also are available.
The city agreed to fund an additional $3,000 for the extra performances and tours, and the group matched that with $3,000 of its own funds.
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