The company’s Natalia Macker and local youth performers discuss “The Sound of Music” and sing one of its timeless songs.
‘A sense of connection’: Teton County Library presents 50th Cabin Fever Story Slam
Storytellers will have the opportunity next week to share any five-minute story at the Virginian Lodge.
Dancers’ Workshop enters a winter Wonderland with upcoming shows
Members of Dancers’ Workshop joined us to discuss what went into and what to expect from their show’s unique spin on Alice in Wonderland.
Student-run Off Square play “Decision Height” empowers and inspires
High school senior and director Clare Eddy and Off Square’s Sadie Frank discuss the process of producing the play and how it’s mutually beneficial for the students involved and the community at large.
Drag theater company debuts in Rock Springs with performance of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show”
A growing theater scene in Rock Springs creates a safe space for people of all backgrounds.
Acclaimed political theater company makes Wyoming debut
The cultural organizations residing in the Center for the Arts come together for first of its kind collaboration.
“They cannot fight ‘Latine’“: Colorado drag queens raise awareness for gender-neutral term
The Roaring Divas, a new group of drag queens in western Colorado, are popularizing the gender-neutral term “Latine” in place of “Latinx.”
New Off Square play “The Revolutionists” provokes thought and laughter
Director Allison Watrous and Off Square Theatre’s Sadie Frank discuss the layered context and complexities of the raucous comedy that celebrates female voices.
The summertime magic of Shakespeare in Jackson Hole
Off Square Theatre’s Natalia Macker and Melissa Elliott discuss the joy of bringing Shakespeare to life and this year’s production of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.”