“The Marvelous Wonderettes” performers Wendy Carlin, Myra Nurre, Erin Small and Amy Logan from left, bring plenty of vocal experience to the Prince Theatre production.
While Boy Scouts worked on crafts upstairs, “The Marvelous Wonderettes” were dancing and singing their tushes off in the basement Monday of the American Lutheran Church.
Skyview High is presenting "Broadway Bound: Songs of Life, Love and Pursuit," a musical cabaret featuring a dynamic collection of music from Broadway and beyond. It runs Jan. 18-19 in the school's auditorium.
The Billings Youth Orchestra’s five performing groups will showcase their music at a holiday concert Saturday at 7 p.m. at the Alberta Bair Theater.
The opening scene of “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change” has the four-person cast appearing in white robes, putting the focus on sound not image.
For years, Kelly Martin heard the requests.
Pat Schindele, Kelly Martin, Elizabeth Alexander and Amy Logan, from left, are featured in the comedy "I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change," the first production of Prince Theatre's inaugural season. The troupe will present their shows at the former Cine 7 movie house on Broadwater Avenue.
Prince Theatre actors Pat Schindele, Kelly Martin and Amy Logan play in “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change.” The comedy is the first production in the troupe’s inaugural season. Martin, who founded the troupe, decided to bring back the show — he helped staged it in 2005 at Venture Theat…
The Billings Youth Orchestra has commissioned Amy Logan as the conductor for the organization’s new chorale.
Amy Logan poses at Pioneer Park on Flag Day, June 14. Logan, a longtime vocalist on many stages in Billings, teams with the Billings Symphony Orchestra for Symphony in the Park on Sunday. This year marks the 40th year the orchestra has presented its park concert.
Logan sings the role of Mimi opposite Jeffrey Kitto’s Rodolfo in Rimrock Opera’s 2010 staging of “La Boheme.”
Logan instucts the Rimrock Opera Chorus for Kids in 2009. Logan also teaches choral groups at Skyview High.
Amy Logan sings in Venture Theatre’s “Ragtime” earlier this year with Quentin Staton, right, and Brandon Burton.
Billings Skyview High School is presenting the musical production “Les Miserables — School Edition” on March 8, 9 and 10 in the school theater. All performances start at 7:30 p.m.
Murder, abandonment and discrimination complicate the pursuit of the American Dream at the beginning of the 20th century.
Amy Logan, Jacob Logan, Skyylar Staton and Quentin Staton, from left, rehearse “Ragtime” at Venture Theatre.
Brandon Burton, Amy Logan and Quentin Staton are featured in the Venture Theatre production of “Ragtime.” The concert version of the musical begins its run at the downtown playhouse on Friday, Jan. 13.
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