Nova Center For The Performing Arts
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In early 2013, Rimrock Opera Company and Venture Theatre were at different turning points in the history of their organizations. After 25 main stage productions, multiple festivals and smaller opera productions, Rimrock Opera Company entered into a new relationship with Venture Theatre, crea…
Billings opera fans will get a treat next week with the staging of “La Traviata” at the Alberta Bair Theater.
Here’s your chance to bid on an opera aria and drink wine with the stars of the upcoming opera, “La Traviata.”
The cast of “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” rehearses a scene from the show on stage at NOVA Center for the Performing Arts. The Tony Award-winning musical comedy will run at the downtown playhouse Oct. 10-25.
“The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” plays at the NOVA Center for the Performing Arts starting Friday.
Wendy Carlin, director of “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee,” couldn’t resist another round of the musical comedy.
There is a lot of learning going on at NOVA Center for the Performing Arts this fall.
Tyler Shackelford, left, playing Simon Ives, and Carrick Napier, right, playing The Boy at the Edge of Everything, perform a scene from “The Boy at the Edge of Everything.”
The insight into relationships is so accurate in “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike,” it feels like playwright Christopher Durang has been spying on families for years.
NOVA Center for the Performing Arts offers Youth Conservatory classes for children in kindergarten through 12th grade. Fall semester begins Tuesday, Sept. 9, and culminates with a showcase performance on Saturday, Dec. 20. Classes include ROCK Choir, Creative Dramatics, Dramatic Introduction…
NOVA Center for the Performing Arts invites children in grades six through twelve to audition for an upcoming play, “The Boy at the Edge of Everything.” Auditions are open from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday-Tuesday, Aug. 18-19. Potential stars should bring a one-minute monologue from a play and be read…
From left, the older version of Josh, played by Cole Whittington, taps out a tune alongside toy store owner McMillian (Evan Ulrichs) as Paul (Shannon Sheehy) and Susan (Emma Ulrichs) look on during a rehearsal of an iconic scene from “BIG: The Musical.” The show hits the boards Friday at the…
Young Josh, Harley Heeftle, left, and his friend Billy (Miyon Durham, center) approach the mechanical genie Zoltar (Tyler Shackelford) in hopes of having their wishes granted in “BIG: The Musical” at NOVA.
The NOVA Center for the Performing Arts is opening its 2014-15 season with “BIG: The Musical,” running weekends through Aug. 24.
NOVA Center for the Performing Arts is hosting a second round of Reds, Whites & Brews at 6 p.m. on Aug. 2 at NOVA, 2317 Montana Ave.
Craig Huisenga has been named managing producer at NOVA Center for the Performing Arts.
Chaslee Schweitzer is making her directorial debut on “Little Shop of Horrors.” But in a way she has been preparing for this show since middle school.
NOVA Center for the Performing Arts celebrated its birthday Saturday the way many 1-year-olds might — with children singing, a clown making balloon hats, and platters of cupcakes.
NOVA Center for the Performing Arts celebrates its first season with an open house from 2 to 5 p.m. on Saturday.