The Trial of Jack McCall

Dinner Theater


The “Trial of Jack McCall–Dinner Show” that we are featuring, is a reenactment of the play that had been running in DEADWOOD, South Dakota for over 65 years until the town bought the rights to the play and “archived” it as a historical production.

The play is based on the actual “trial” that was put on in the DEADWOOD mining camp, after Jack McCall murdered “Wild Bill Hickock” while he was playing poker in Saloon No. 10.

This is an audience “interaction” play, in that audience members are “picked” from the audience during the dinner to serve as “jurors” and one special person, usually a child to play “The Deputy” in the trial.

Be sure to bring your camera!

Dinner Theater Menu
We will be serving Baby Back Ribs and/or Grilled Chicken Breast, Baked Potato, Green Beans, Texas Toast, Hushpuppies, Fried Ice Cream and a beverage. Tax and Gratuity are included in the ticket price. Alcoholic beverages are extra.

Kids under 12 get a Kid’s Meal portion.

The menu is subject to change, but will always be a good meal.

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Tickets are non-refundable.

Ticket Prices:

Adults: $30

Kids (under 12) : $15