Billings Studio Theatre
“Now and Then: An Evening with BST’s Leading Men” is Jan. 23-24 at Yellowstone Country Club.
Woody Guthrie appeared to have a handle on what life in the 21st century would be like when he wrote his New Year’s resolutions in 1942.
Caitlin McRae Hart portrays Mary Poppins opposite Steven Hrubes as her jack-of-all-trades friend, Bert, in the Billings Studio Theater production of “Mary Poppins.”
Clockwise from top left, Casey Visser, Janie Rife Sutton, Jackson Stapleton and Alyssa Logan play members of the Banks family in the Billings Studio Theater staging of “Mary Poppins.”
The cast of “Mary Poppins,” featuring Hart as the magical nanny, center, rehearses the song-and-dance number “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” at Billings Studio Theater.
If she weren’t so cheeky, Mary Poppins could be dismissed as a goody two shoes, too perfect to be relatable.
Caitlin McRae Hart, as Mary Poppins, and Steven Hrubes, as Bert, lead the cast of Billings Studio Theater’s staging of the musical “Mary Poppins.”
With a nod to Jimmy Buffett’s 1970s hit, we could use some changes in latitudes and changes in attitude.
Playwright Norm Foster is often called the Canadian Neil Simon because his works get to the heart and humor of what it is to be human.
Byrl Skougaard, Shawn Bettise, Pam Havig and Lynne Turner Fitzgerald, from left, are featured in Billings Studio Theatre’s “Looking.” The comedy by Norm Foster opens Friday.
“Looking” hits the BST stage Friday with actors Skougaard and Havig.
Fitzgerald and Bettise play a scene from the comedy “Looking” at BST.
Tony-nominated playwright and actor John Cariani almost never allows a play-in-progress to be performed, but he made an exception for Gerry Roe and his students at Rocky Mountain College.
No one could have predicted the comedic power of two coconut shells banging together.
The Knights of the Round Table perform a scene from Spamalot at the Billings Studio Theater. Spamalot will run September 5-27. The knights include, from left, Vint Lavinder playing Sir Robin, Bret Weston playing Sir Galahad, Gustavo Belotta playing Patsy, Vincent Raye playing King Arthur, Ke…
King Arthur, left, played by Vincent Raye, and Patsy, right, played by Gustavo Velotta, perform a scene together during rehearsal for Spamalot at the Billings Studio Theatre.
Sir Galahad, left, played by Bret Weston, and the Lady of the Lake, right, played by Susan Kennedy Summerfeld, right, share a silly but romantic scene together during rehearsal for ‘Spamalot’ at the Billings Studio Theatre.
At left, the Laker Girls dance around their Lady of the Lake, middle, played by Susan Kennedy Summerfeld, during rehearsal for Spamalot at the Billings Studio Theatre.Below, King Arthur, left, played by Vincent Raye, and Patsy, right, played by Gustavo Velotta, perform a scene together durin…
The Knights of the Round Table perform a scene from ‘Spamalot’ at the Billings Studio Theater. Spamalot will run Sept. 5-27. The knights include, from left, Vint Lavinder playing Sir Robin, Bret Weston playing Sir Galahad, Gustavo Belotta playing Patsy, Vincent Raye playing King Arthur, Kevi…
"Shrek: The Musical" features BST's Vanessa Dent, Kyle Trott and Steven Hrubes as Shrek, Fiona and Donkey.