Nova Center For The Performing Arts
NOVA Center actors Anjanette Hawk and Craig Huisenga are the modest yet heroic Mary and George Bailey in “It’s a Wonderful Life: Live Radio Play,” which begins its holiday-season run at the downtown playhouse on Friday, Dec. 5.
The NOVA Center presentation of “It’s a Wonderful Life: Live Radio Play” features, clockwise from left, Anjanette Hawk, Levi Hunt, Craig Huisenga, William Mouat , Hillary Hunt and Kelsey Reid Steffan. The entire cast handles both speaking roles and sound effects in re-creating a 1940s-era ra…
Mouat, left, and Levi Hunt rehearse for “It’s a Wonderful Life” Live Radio Play” at the playhouse on Montana Avenue.
For many, a holiday season isn’t complete without watching Jimmy Stewart as the small-town hero in the classic film, “It’s a Wonderful Life.”
NOVA Center’s staging of “It’s a Wonderful Life: Live Radio Play” remembers the visual component, with the six actors taking the stage in period dress, make-up and hair styles.
In addition to serving as the announcer for “It’s a Wonderful Life,” William Mouat takes on the roles of Mr. Potter and Uncle Billy.
During their time away from delivering their speaking lines, NOVA actors Hilary Hunt and Kelsey Reid Steffan multitask at the sound-effects table to re-create radio play techniques for “It’s a Wonderful Life.”
NOVA Center for the Performing Arts is presenting "It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play," Dec. 5 through 20.
With a nod to Jimmy Buffett’s 1970s hit, we could use some changes in latitudes and changes in attitude.
A thriller that exposes the criminal underworld of stamp collecting opens Friday at NOVA Center for the Performing Arts.
What’s black and white and Verdi all over?
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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.