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Cyrano de Bergerac
By Edmond Rostand / Adapted by Ranjit Bolt
Montana Theatre / October 7-11, 14-18, 2014
Cyrano de Bergerac is the beloved heroic comedy about selflessness, bravery, love, and one inimitable nose. The larger-than-life title character succeeds in every quest on which he embarks … except the one for the hand of his adored Roxane. Set against the iconic backdrop of 17th-century Paris, this fresh, swashbuckling adaptation promises to be earthy, rowdy, and overflowing with heart and panache.
Dance Up Close
Masquer Theatre / November 4-8, 2014
This annual black-box showcase will feature original works in two alternating programs and provides audiences with a chance to see work of emerging and established dance artists in an intimate setting. It also gives students the opportunity to collaborate with those dancers on creating design elements of some pieces—valuable partnerships that yield breathtaking results.
A Christmas Carol
By Charles Dickens / Adapted by Jere Lee Hodgin
Montana Theatre / November 25, 29-30, December 2-6, 2014
This crowd-pleasing holiday play needs no introduction. The tale of one core-shaking night in the life of miserly Ebenezer Scrooge is inherently theatrical. As brought to the stage with a script by one of Theatre & Dance’s faculty members, it will also be a joyous version of the classic story driven by an unforgettable ensemble.
MONTANA REPERTORY THEATRE PRESENTS
The Great Gatsby
By F. Scott Fitzgerald / Adapted by Simon Levy
Montana Theatre / January 24, 29-31, February 5, 7, 2015
As Montana Rep continues telling great American stories, The Great Gatsby will be approached with all the honor and care such an outstanding work of art deserves. The story will be reintroduced and reinvigorated, bringing the beauty and poetry of this masterpiece—living and breathing on stage—to a new generation of theatergoers, replete with the sensuality and extravagance of the Jazz Age.
Book by Roger O. Hirson / Music and Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz
Co-produced with the School of Music
Montana Theatre / March 17-21, 24-28, 2015
The search for meaning and the wish to lead an extraordinary life are brought to dazzling, surreal life in this Tony Award-winning musical. In a decidedly anachronistic King Charlemagne’s court, young prince Pippin must choose between contentment and glory and is guided and goaded on his quest by a troupe of traveling performers and their enigmatic, charismatic Leading Player.
Dance in Concert
Montana Theatre / April 22-25, 2015
Our popular annual concert celebrates the culminating choreographic work of students, faculty, and guest artists. This extravaganza in the Montana Theatre features inventive and thought-provoking works that have been selected to provide an evening of dance that is beautifully performed, exquisitely crafted, and provides our audiences with a rich feast of choreographic invention.
Welcome Home, Jenny Sutter
By Julie Marie Myatt
Masquer Theatre / April 28-May 2, 5-9, 2015
An Iraq vet returns to the U.S. with the true opposite of a hero’s welcome: no particular welcome at all. Battle-scarred inside and out, she stalls her reunion with her family in favor of squatting in the desert with strangers. This darkly funny and ultimately uplifting story hinges on the kindness and acceptance all returning soldiers may crave or perhaps deny themselves—but deserve nonetheless.