Kevin Brustuen

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Kevin Brustuen lives in Bozeman and can be contacted at kbrustuen@hotmail.com. He is an avid theater-goer.

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Fri. Nov. 1st, 2019

Howl! A Montana Love Story

Kevin Brustuen

In 1995, wolves were successfully reintroduced into the Yellowstone National Park region after an absence of 70 years. Before long, the wolves formed into several viable packs, expanding their ranges to create their own territories.…

Tue. Oct. 1st, 2019

Theater at the Museum of the Rockies

Kevin Brustuen

People don’t generally think of a museum as a venue for live theater. In the case of the Museum of the Rockies, for instance, people usually think of dinosaurs, Native American artifacts, and some pioneer-era exhibit pieces. However,…

Sun. Sep. 1st, 2019

Timon of Anaconda

Kevin Brustuen

Looking at the Anthropocene through Shakespeare

Thu. Aug. 1st, 2019

Bozeman’s 2019-2020 Theater Season

Kevin Brustuen

Bozeman is growing quickly, and the Bozeman-area theater scene is growing dramatically (pun intended) as well. As recently as ten years ago, people would scan bulletin boards, magazines and newspapers eagerly looking for things to do each…

Mon. Jul. 1st, 2019

Shakespeare in the Parks 2019: Merry Wives & Henry IV

Kevin Brustuen

In 1905, the Shakespeare Women’s Club of Great Falls staged an outdoor performance of Shakespeare’s Midsummer Night’s Dream, sheltered from the elements only by a small grove of trees outside of town. It seemed natural…

Mon. Jun. 3rd, 2019

Art in Park County

Kevin Brustuen

In 1864, a young William Alderson left his home in Virginia and headed west, joining a growing rush to the latest gold strikes, namely a little-known town nestled in the mountains, called “Virginia City” in Montana Territory.…

Wed. May. 1st, 2019

A Streetcar Named Desire

Kevin Brustuen

Big Sky Community Theater is offering a production of Tennessee Williams’s A Streetcar Named Desire. Streetcar will be performed for one day only, May 16, at the Warren Miller Center for the Performing Arts in Big Sky.  Directed by…

Mon. Apr. 1st, 2019

Company: 1970s Musical at The Ellen

Kevin Brustuen

The Golden Age of Broadway musicals began with the well-known musical Oklahoma! in 1943 and flourished with hits such as South Pacific, Camelot, My Fair Lady, and Singing in the Rain. The 1960s and 1970s were a revolutionary time in art,…

Fri. Mar. 1st, 2019

Children’s Theater in Bozeman

Kevin Brustuen

Montana has a long history with drama, live theater, and child actors. Mary Ronan, a child who lived in Virginia City and Helena during the gold rush days of the 1860s and 1870s, was chosen to play the character of Lady Anne in a performance…

Fri. Feb. 1st, 2019

Open Door Theatre: “Community Theater at its Best”

Kevin Brustuen

Several years ago Mary Orr left Topeka, Kansas, and moved to Bozeman.  She left behind 20 years of work in the Topeka theater community. Acting and helping produce live theater was her passion. Arriving in Bozeman on a cold winter day,…

Mon. Dec. 31st, 2018

A More Congenial Spot: Camelot

Kevin Brustuen

“Don’t let it be forgot That once upon a spot,For one brief, shining moment That was known as Camelot.” These immortal words, penned by Alan Lerner and Moss Hart for the Broadway performance of the musical…

Sat. Dec. 1st, 2018

History of Theater in Gallatin County

Kevin Brustuen

In 1885, the Bozeman Weekly Chronicle reported that the Mountain Pink itinerant acting company gave it as their opinion that Bozeman was behind in its appreciation of theatrical talent, by reason of the lukewarm reception the company had…

Mon. Oct. 1st, 2018

Life of Galileo Comes To Museum Of The Rockies

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Bertolt Brecht’s Life of Galileo is coming to the Hager Auditorium at the Museum of the Rockies in October. This pièce de résistance by one of the most influential playwrights of the 20th Century opens on October 12.…