Caitlin McRae Hart portrays Mary Poppins opposite Steven Hrubes as her jack-of-all-trades friend, Bert, in the Billings Studio Theater production of “Mary Poppins.”
Caitlin McRae Hart, as Mary Poppins, and Steven Hrubes, as Bert, lead the cast of Billings Studio Theater’s staging of the musical “Mary Poppins.”
I grew up in Montana. I grew up Christian. I grew up in a loving family on a farm. To say I'm a little perturbed at the comments and lashing out against something as simple as a protection that should be served to any human being, would be a major understatement. How the council voted is one…
You, as a consumer, are meandering through your local store. You select your items for purchase and make your way to the register. On the right side of your chest sits the name sticker from your church picnic you had just attended. You have completely forgotten it is there, but the clerk has…
Beyond the green makeup and Scottish accent, there’s a deeper side to “Shrek.”
Steven Hrubes has been in the hot seat before, but never like this.
Renee Sobering and Steven Hrubes are featured in Billings Studio Theatre’s latest staging, “The Drowsy Chaperone,” which continues its run this weekend.
For a self-described farm boy from Miles City (actually the small town of Kinsey, just outside Miles City), Steven Hrubes is making a name for himself as a go-to guy for choreography. Hrubes came to Billings to attend Montana State University Billings and quickly joined the theater scene. Hi…
The Gazette’s Cathy Ulrich asks local artists five questions — plus one random one — to get a feel for their place in the Billings scene.