Billings Studio Theatre
“Bark! The Musical” opens Friday at Billings Studio Theatre.
Lisa Halpin, Amanda Schott, Kevin Schweigert, Matthew Prince, Vincent Raye and Bobbi Hawk, from left, are ready to show Billings Studio Theatre audiences the world from a canine point of view in “Bark! The Musical.”
BST actors, from left, Amanda Schott, Bobbi Hawk and Lisa Halpin are all paws for the troupe’s staging of “Bark: The Musical,” which opens Friday, June 5, at the theatre on Rimrock Road.
From left, Kevin Schweigert, Matthew Prince and Vincent Raye are featured in “Bark! The Musical,” which continues its run at Billings Studio Theatre.
The Billings Studio Theatre staging of the comedy “Funny Money” opens Friday, May 8, at the playhouse on Rimrock Road.
The wild comedy “Funny Money” opens Friday at Billings Studio Theatre.
Billings Studio Theatre actors, from left, Gustavo Belotta, Chandra West, Kristin Mayer and Jayme C. Green perform a scene from the upcoming show “Funny Money.”
Gerry Roe will take his final curtain call Saturday at Rocky Mountain College’s graduation.
Stuart Ross, seated, and A.J. Kalanick perform a scene from “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” during a rehearsal for the Tennessee Williams play coming to the Billings Studio Theatre stage on Friday, April 10.
From left, Billings Studio Theatre actors Kyle Trott, PaMela Elver, Glenda Brauneis and Wendy Kessler, from left, play a scene from “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof,” which won the 1955 Pulitzer Prize for Drama.
A.J. Kalanick and PaMela Elver portray Big Daddy and Big Mama Politt in “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” at BST.
Billings Studio Theatre is tackling one of the most savage family dramas ever written when the community theater opens its production of Tennessee Williams’ “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” on Friday.
Richard Leeds and Lindsey Brill are featured in BST’s “Monky Business.”
BST actors, above from left, Vint Lavinder, Jim Peterson, Dave Kinnard, Kyle Trott and Richard Leeds are monks on a mission to save their monastery in “Monky Business.” Right photo, actors Richard Leeds and Lindsey Brill are up to evil deeds in “Monky Business.”
Vint Lavinder, Kyle Trott, Richard Leeds, Lindsey Brill, Jim Peterson and Dave Kinnard, from left, take the stage for BST's light-hearted comedy "Monky Business."
Vint Lavinder, Kyle Trott, Richard Leeds, Lindsey Brill, Jim Peterson and Dave Kinnard, from left, bring "Monky Businees" to the Billings Studio Theatre stage starting Friday, March 13.
Billings Studio Theatre is staging the comedy “Monky Business, featuring Gerry Roe as director and a cast of established actors.
Chae Clearwood, playing Shelby, performs a scene from BST's upcoming production, "Steel Magnolias."
The quintessential story of friendship and trust, “Steel Magnolias” serves up a Southern slice of life that’s as warm and comforting as sweet potato pie.
BST actors Lisa Day and Chae Clearwood perform a scene from “Steel Magnolias,” which opens Friday at the playhouse on Rimrock Road.
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