Gavin Stichman is a little camera shy but he loves sports — “all of them, any of them,” in his words — and his favorite football team is the Green Bay Packers. At school, his favorite subjects are, in order and once again in his words, recess, math and spelling.
Joan Rivers has a new syndicated talk show, ?The Joan Rivers Talk Show? on August 15, 1989. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)
More revolutionary, less Day Glo.
“Hair” takes theater audiences back to the turbulent 1960s in a revival from producer-director Corey Ross, who collaborated with one of the original producers of the 1967 Broadway staging, James Rado, to rework the musical.
The touring production of “Hair” featured a cast of actors that director-producer Corey Ross chose specifically for their ability to sing and play an instrument. “We held auditions in three cities and cast as wide a net as we possibly could,” he said. “We found talented, young, unheard perfo…
The touring production of “Hair” coming to the ABT on Saturday features the hit songs “Aquarius,” “Let the Sun Shine In,” “Good Morning Starshine” and “Easy to be Hard,” but the reworking of the iconic 1960s musical places emphasis on the social upheaval of the times.
The Alberta Bair Theater recently announced its 2013-14 season, which will include individual performances by three music legends, Kris Kristofferson on Oct. 3, Doc Severinsen on April 3 and Arlo Guthrie on May 4, in addition to touring productions of “Hello Dolly!” on Feb. 5 and “Hair” on April 5.
Young children and pets can often add extra wear and tear to your home. Protect your flooring, furniture and walls with these tips.
Venture Theatre actors, from left, Bekah Kellison, Chris Decker, Zach Sheets, Wanda Morales, Timber Venard, Sarah Butts, Shane Weigel, Justin Choriki and Chaslee Schweitzer bring back the '60s with an August staging of the “Hair.”
Dawn Duncan, formerly of Salon Avalon in Billings, has moved to Hair on Main, 119 E. Main in Laurel. She can be reached at 628-4918.
Bird calls and tongue clicks opened the "Hair'' production last weekend at the University of Montana's Montana Theatre.
Actors Sara Butts and Timber Venard talk about the Venture Theatre production of the musical Hair.
There’s no denying that “Hair” is an iconic slice of the 1960s, all psychedelic tie-dye, social outrage, and fringe.
The cast of “Hair” has some fun on stage during reheasals at Venture Theatre.
The cast of Venture Theatre’s “Hair” features many new faces on the Billings theater scene. The musical opens tonight at the downtown playhouse.
A touchstone of the ‘60s counterculture, “Hair” is advertised via an iconic poster. The musical will open Venture Theatre’s new season. (Courtesy photo)
How cool is that?
A Montana Highway Patrol trooper who stopped a vehicle because its license plate was difficult to see found $6,000 and several stashes of marijuana in the car.
Daryl Lynn Big Hair, 27, has been charged with felony criminal possession of drugs with intent to distribute and misdemeanor charges of criminal possession of drug paraphernalia, driving while his license was suspended and failure to show proof of insurance.