theater

'Shakespeare in the Parks' 50th Year Offers Fall Line-up
'Shakespeare in the Parks' 50th Year Offers Fall Line-up
'Montana Shakespeare in the Parks' is typically known as a statewide theatrical event that takes place outdoors during the summer with gorgeous Montana landscapes as the backdrop. However, unbeknownst to some, organizers of 'Shakespeare in the Parks' are continuing with performances in November & December to celebrate their 50th Anniversary! This pristine traveling "Parks" ensemble just completed a show at The Mother Lode in Butte this past Sunday and will continue with performances in Whitehall, Anaconda, Helena, Philipsburg, and Dillon NOW through next Tuesday!
Participants Embark on a Local Murder Mystery
Participants Embark on a Local Murder Mystery
The faint at heart need not apply when solving a real-life murder mystery. However, when it's all in good, harmless fun and part of a theatrical stage production, then, by all means, attendees are highly encouraged to participate. That is exactly what can be expected during the production of Pat Cook's 'You Have the Right to Remain Dead' performed at the Copper Village Museum and Arts Center in Anaconda, September 29th through October 9th. The production is under the direction of Sue Konicek of Anaconda's Open Theatre Project.