Beyond the green makeup and Scottish accent, there’s a deeper side to “Shrek.”
While Boy Scouts worked on crafts upstairs, “The Marvelous Wonderettes” were dancing and singing their tushes off in the basement Monday of the American Lutheran Church.
Despite its silly setup, with a human being playing a dog onstage, “Sylvia” is a poignant and funny story about the connection between a man and his best friend.
The opening scene of “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change” has the four-person cast appearing in white robes, putting the focus on sound not image.
For years, Kelly Martin heard the requests.
The nine actors featured in “Ring of Fire: The Johnny Cash Musical” at Billings Studio Theatre are warming up for rehearsal.
It is fitting that longtime Billings performer Kelly Martin is opening his new Prince Theatre with a goofball musical comedy featuring three of his best theater buds — Vint Lavinder, Rachel Sitzman and Sondra Baker.
Sondra Baker and Kelly Martin strike a comedic pose a la “American Gothic” in the sketch- comedy show “Secrets Every Smart Traveler Should Know,” the inaugural production at the Prince Theatre in Billings.
Despite its name, “The Drowsy Chaperone” won’t put you to sleep.
Billings Studio Theatre is opening its new season with the musical comedy “The Drowsy Chaperone.”
When you start with a far-fetched script like the one for the musical “Lumberjacks in Love,” the pressure is on the cast and director Sondra Baker to bring believability to the characters.
In the Billings Studio Theatre production, “Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story,” the frustrated musician walks away from his band because he wants to do things that “people haven’t started thinking about yet.”
Remarkably, the actors portraying Buddy Holly and the Crickets are the same age or younger than the actual musicians they re-create in Billings Studio Theatre’s “Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story.”
Sondra Baker plays Angelique in BST’s “Hotel Paradiso.”