Beyond the green makeup and Scottish accent, there’s a deeper side to “Shrek.”
How do you sing and dance in a 60-pound costume?
Billings Studio Theatre's executive director A.J. Kalanick made a surprise announcement last week of the entire 2013-14 season lineup, which opens with "Les Miserables" in September and includes "Shrek: The Musical." He also announced that the anchor show for the 2014-15 season will be "Spamalot."
In “Shrek Forever After,” lovable ogre Shrek, voiced by Mike Myers, steps into an alternate universe in which Puss in Boots, voiced by Antonio Banderas, has packed on a few pounds. The latest — and last — movie in the franchise opens on six Billings screens today.