Barn Players, Inc. of Miles City is proud to present “The Phantom of the Op’ry” on the CCDHS Auditorium stage. Four opportunities to catch the comedy and music: Friday, August 17th at 7:00pm; Saturday, August 18th at 2:00pm and 7:00pm; and Sunday, August 19th at 2:00pm.
Think you know Gaston Leroux’s famous mystery, or Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Broadway adaptation? Think again!
Welcome to the Skunk Creek Op’ry House in Skunk Creek, Nevada; famous for its opera and entertainment. After some bad reviews, Minerva wants to sell her beloved Op’ry House. Even with the presence of a mysterious Phantom, the sale goes through with new blood and entertainment coming to Skunk Creek. Beautiful songbird Christine hopes to dazzle the world with her “too good to be true” voice, La Barracuda intends to keep the stage all to herself, Lt. Good brings his love and a military mind, a wayward rat catcher, a stressed out stage manager, too many rats, giggling chorus girls, helicopter stage moms, multiplying dead bodies, finicky patrons, and a crashing chandelier ensure that an evening spent at the Skunk Creek Op’ry House is not one you will soon forget!
“Phantom”, a family-friendly parody and musical, is sure to keep Miles City patrons glued to their seats. Barn veteran director, Hannah Nash, brings another romping musical to the stage, following up the Fall barn-burner “Way Out West in a Dress”. The Barn Players are pleased to announce their Holiday Production (November 30th-December 2nd), the classic “It’s a Wonderful Life”, directed by Bert Pezzarossi.
Advanced tickets and reservations are strongly encouraged. For more information on the show, or to reserve your tickets, please call: (406) 951-0560.
The Barn Players are extremely thankful to the Custer County District High School faculty, staff, and administration for hosting this production. The CCDHS Auditorium is a fantastic venue for live theater in Miles City.
For more information on the Barn Players, current and upcoming shows, cast, and community work (or to get involved!) please visit the Barn on the web: http://barnplayers.blogspot.com/