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May 2017

Freak Out at the Verge Theatre

Local playwright, Ryan Cassavaugh has done it again, upping the ante on his own madcap adventure in writing. With the help of local musician, Joe Knapp, they have created this all original psychedelic rock musical that will be performed using…

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March 2017

Montana’s Own: Verge Theatre

Monday Night Improv On The VergeRecover from your weekend with Improv Comedy! Join us as we offer up a Monday Night sacrifice of the most daring, death defying type of live theater there is: Improv! We call it Improv on the Verge! Improv…

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November 2016

Verge Theatre November

Random Acts of ImprovThe amazing Bozeman Improverts are on the Verge Main Stage in November to tackle long form improv, the tight rope walk of the theater world! Using only an audience member's suggestion for the name of a play, the…

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October 2016

Verge Theatre

Talking With, by Jane Martin Directed by Stephanie Campbell, Talking With is a play composed of eleven ten-minute monologues, each featuring a different woman who talks about her life. The play includes the pieces, "Fifteen Minutes,"…

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October 2016

Fly Fishing in Pirate Territory

Confluence Films Presents Providence

by Sarah Cairoli

Our little corner of Montana is considered by many to be the hub of fly fishing. Ardent anglers from all over the world make their pilgrimage to Bozeman for a shot at hooking the fish of their dreams. With an abundance of fishable water…

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August 2016

Celebration of Life: Ben Tone

by Anika Hanisch

  The regional and national theatre and film community will come together on Friday, August 12th at the Virginia City Opera House in Virginia City, Montana to celebrate the life of Ben Tone—beloved actor, director, and theatre…

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August 2016

Bozeman - The Sweet Pea City

revised from August 2014 article

by Angie Ripple

Bozeman and the Gallatin Valley have been known as the valley of the flowers since only native Americans roamed the area. In the early 1900’s over 17,000 acres of the valley were planted in edible peas harvested both for canning and…

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