December 2021

Montana's Last Best Comedy

Kevin Brustuen

This September, the former Colonel Blacks nightclub in downtown Bozeman became Last Best Comedy—the very first club devoted to comedy in Montana’s history. Comedians Molly Hannan, Annie O‘Connor, and Levin O’Connor felt it was…

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June 2021

Shakespeare in the Parks Summer 2021

Kevin Brustuen

For 48 years, Montana Shakespeare in the Parks (MSIP) has brought free productions of Shakespeare to rural and remote communities across Montana and surrounding states. This summer, MSIP brings two more plays to stages across a five-state area…

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April 2021

Virtual Spring at Verge Theatre

Remember feeling joy? Excitement? The rush of learning? You can have it again! We have so very many amazing opportunities to GET YOUR THEATER ON this spring! Think of it as cross-training for your humanity as we prepare to exit the Covid cocoon.Are…

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March 2021

Polaroid Stories

Kevin Brustuen

In January of 2020, Bozeman Actors Theatre (BAT) began rehearsing a production of Naomi Iizuka’s Polaroid Stories, intending to stage nine performances in April of 2020. Rehearsals were well underway when Covid-19 reached Gallatin County, and…

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January 2021

Warren Miller Performing Arts Center

Kevin Brustuen

About forty miles south of Bozeman is the town of Big Sky and the Warren Miller Performing Arts Center, which brings world-renowned performing artists to the people who live and travel to Southwestern Montana.For over seven years, John Zirkle…

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December 2020

Standing On The Verge

Cassie Pfannenstiel

Bozeman has a vibrant performing arts scene, full of creative folks who work hard to put on productions for our community. The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a serious toll on artists of all kinds; many creatives are struggling to make ends meet…

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October 2020

Up The Theatrical Creek

Kevin Brustuen

In mid-June of this year, I was walking along the East Gallatin River one afternoon when I saw a fascinating sight:A young man named Jacques, dressed in white and holding his flute as he sat beside the East Gallatin River in Bozeman, looked up at a…

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