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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August 2020

Two Yellow Lines Debuts at BZN 2020

Cynthia Logan

Actor / Producer Zac Titus’ Two Yellow Lines is one of the highlighted films set to screen at the Third Annual BZN International Film Festival, which will be held both as a live event in Bozeman August 27-30 and online August 27 –…

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July 2020

Theatre Culture in Bozeman

Kevin Brustuen

Gary Cooper, Hollywood star of the 1940s and 50s born in Helena and former student at Montana State College (today’s MSU), is enshrined in Bozeman’s history with a star embedded in the sidewalk near the Rialto Theatre in downtown Bozeman…

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May 2020

Arts in the Time of Plague

Kevin Brustuen

This time of the pandemic and stay-at-home orders is a time of catching up on things, right? I’ve always wanted to sleep in, deep-clean the house, read that pile of books, fix that door latch so it closes properly, clean the garage, write…

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