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, a play about famed train robber Jesse James and his ultimate defeat in Northfield in 1876, will return to the during .
The show is a melodrama with good guys, bad guys, sweethearts, dastardly dames, and lots of singing and dancing.
Written by Bob and Marion Moulton, with lyrics by Vern Sutton to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the James gang's defeat, the show is a family-friendly, though not 100-percent accurate, presentation of local history.
Showtimes are 7 p.m. Thursday, Friday, Saturday; 4 p.m. Saturday; noon Sunday.