Trial of Jack McCall

The Trial of Jack McCall has been performed in Deadwood since the mid-1920s, making it one of nation’s longest running plays. The play is based on the actual trial which took place in the mining camp of Deadwood after Jack McCall murdered James Butler "Wild Bill” Hickok. Wild Bill was playing poker in Nuttal and Mann’s Saloon No. 10 and was shot in the back of the head while holding Aces and Eights, forever known as the "Dead Man’s Hand".

This is a family-friendly show where the selected members of the audience participate in the performance serving as jurors in the trial. The show is held nightly Monday through Saturday with the schedule as outlined below. There is a nominal fee for the show. Tickets can be purchased by using the calendar on the bottom of this page or by calling 1-800-344-8826

Schedule · No Trial of Jack McCall during the Sturgis Rally 2017

  • 7:35 p.m. - Shooting of Wild Bill and the Capture of Jack McCall Main Street in front of the Old Style Saloon NO. 10/Bodega
  • 7:50 p.m. - Dover Brothers at the Historic Masonic Temple Theatre Top of Main Street next to the Silverado
  • 8:00 p.m. - Trial at the Historic Masonic Temple Theatre Top of Main Street next to the Silverado

MONDAYS - SATURDAYS
May 27 - September 23, 2017

ADMISSION

$6 Adults, $5 Seniors and $3 Children

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FOR TICKETS

Call (800) 344-8826
Book online or at the door, beginning 6:15 p.m.