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Music, comedy duo 'Dueling Pianos' to perform at Empire Arts Center

'Deuces Wild! Dueling Pianos' entertainers are known for improvisation, antics and audience participation

The "Deuces Wild! Dueling Pianos" duo, Ted Manderfeld and Dave Eichholz, will perform on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 12 and 13, at the Empire Arts Center in Grand Forks, (Contributed photo)

The Deuces Wild! Dueling Pianos duo will perform a show filled with laughter and plenty of audience interaction at 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 12 and 13, at the Empire Arts Center, 415 DeMers Ave.

Doors open one hour before showtime.

Tickets for the show, $35 for adults and $25 for students, may be purchased through or in person at the Ralph Engelstad Arena box office, One Ralph Engelstad Drive, Grand Forks. For more information call the box office at 701-777-4167 or email .

For more than 19 years, Dave Eichholz and Ted Manderfeld have traveled across the United States and Mexico as a sought-after dueling piano act. They are known for comedy, music and improvisation, and entertaining audiences with wild and zany performances.

“Their high-energy mix of comedy, music and extensive audience participation makes this show unlike any other,” according to their website. “Dave and Ted defy all expectations of a dueling piano show and lead the way to an unforgettable experience.”


Loads of laughter and tons of interaction make this show a “unique, memorable and intimate theater experience,” promoters say. “Get ready to sing along, clap along, and laugh along with Deuces Wild! Dueling Pianos.”

The two-and-a-half-hour show is intended for all ages. However, ticket-buyers should be aware that it may contain mature content and subject matter.

For more information about the show, visit .

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