Last weekend, the James Sewell Ballet Company returned for its 17th performance on the Warren Miller Performing Arts Center stage, greeted by another enthusiastic, sold out crowd.
The last two weekends I have been lucky enough to attend two amazing, but different concerts at WMPAC. Last weekend was the International Guitar Quartet, which was my fourth time seeing them in concert. Call me a groupie, if you will.
The 22nd edition of International Guitar Night will be returning to the Warren Miller Performing Arts Center on Sunday, Feb. 27, for a 7:30 p.m. performance.
James Wilson has been singing, dancing, and acting along with musicals since he was a preschooler, walking around on his knees like Lord Farquaad after he saw a Big Sky Broadway performance of Shrek.
Big Sky Broadway Producer and co-founder Barbara Rowley was expecting record enrollment for the local children’s musical theater program this coming summer. But to say the enrollment in the four-day registration period last week exceeded these expectations is an understatement.
The Arts Council of Big Sky is hosting its 10th annual Auction for the Arts fundraising event on Feb. 26 this year at the new Montage Hotel, and the silent auction catalog will be available for viewing on bigskyarts.org starting Monday, Feb. 7. Bidding for the silent auction opens Monday, Feb.
Fresh powder sparkled in the sunshine on Saturday, Jan. 22 as Hunter Noack produced magic through the keys of his 9 foot Steinway on the Big Sky Resort golf course. The Warren Miller Performing Arts Center presented the second annual In a Landscape in Big Sky and it’s easy to say the show kept audience members entranced.
One of the most popular
performances in the eight year
history of the Warren Miller
Performing Arts Center was also
one of the most unusual. Last
year WMPAC hosted a week-
end of classical piano concerts
The Arts Council of Big Sky is hosting its annual Auction for the Arts fundraiser on Saturday, Feb. 26, 2022, at the Montage Resort in Big Sky. Tickets are now on sale and can be purchased by visiting bigskyarts.org. This year’s event is again sponsored by Big Sky Sotheby’s Realty.
There is plenty to laugh about at the Warren Miller Performing Arts Center. The Center is hosting an upcoming weekend of improv and stand-up comedy, beginning with a performance by the legendary sketch comedy group The Second City on Jan. 7, and moving on to a standup performance by Roy Wood, Jr on Jan. 8.