Holiday Home Tour

Park County Arts Council

presents its’ annual fundraiser:

The Holiday Home Tour

Sunday December 13th 1:00-4:00pm

Tickets $15 in advance or $20 at the door

Available at the Cody or Powell Chambers of Commerce, Legends Bookstore, TheThistle, and The Meeteetse Visitors Center.
or at the door of any of the homes on the day of the tour.

Maps will be available in an insert to the December 8th issue of the Cody Enterprise and Powell Tribune.

Tickets will be collected at the last house you attend after completing the tour to enter a drawing qualifying for a chance to win $150 Cody Bucks.

For information please call 899-6693

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Deep Love: A Ghostly Rock Opera

Thursday October 15, 2015

7:30 PM

Wynona Thompson Auditorium

1225 10th Street in Cody

Tickets:  $15 Adults

$12 Seniors & Students

available on-line (click on the Ticket tab above), at the door or at the Cody and Powell Chambers of Commerce and the Meeteetse Visitors Center.

A pre-performance Zombie Walk will gather in the south parking lot of the Wynona Thompson Auditorium.  Make up and zombie “moans and moves” coaching is available from 5:30-6:30pm in the west entrance hallway off the south parking lot.  The walk begins at 6:30 followed by a dance performance to “Thriller” by the Powell Middle School Cheerleading and Dance Squad at 7:00pm. Zombie attendees receive a $2 discount on their ticket price for the 7:30 performance. For information call PCAC at 899-6693.

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Fresh off its New York debut, Deep Love: A Ghostly Rock Opera is returning to Utah, Idaho and a fall tour through Wyoming. Jon Peter Lewis and Ryan Hayes, who competed on The Voice as the folk duo Midas Whale, will star in their original theatrical production, Deep Love, deemed a “polished show with pop ambitions” by the New York Times, at the Wynona Thompson Auditorium in Cody on Thursday October 15th at 7:30pm. Amy Whitcomb, another alum from The Voice, takes on the role of the leading female star in this production.

Deep Love tells the tragic tale of a jealous lover’s reach from beyond the grave. The stage production blends traditional folk melodies with bluesy American rock and is truly a rock opera, as the entire story is told in song.

Deep Love is the brainchild of songwriters Ryan Hayes and close friend Garrett Sherwood.
Jon Peter Lewis, who was an American Idol finalist before he competed on The Voice, stars in the lead role of the ghost Old Bones and is co-producer and director of the show. Talking Broadway gave high marks to his performance, saying, “Lewis wields his voice as a violent caress…” Broadway World chimed in with praise of its own, writing, “Lewis squeezes intimidating tension out of his tenor.” Over the last five years, the audience for Deep Love has grown from the two dozen people who attended a reading in Lewis’ living room to thousands of devoted fans, as the company has been touring regional theaters.

In August 2014, the teamed launched a successful Kickstarter campaign to help fund the expansion of the show. One year later, Deep Love was selected from hundreds of candidates by a grand jury of Tony Award-winning directors and producers to be one of ten featured musicals produced for the 2015 Next Link Project of the New York Musical Theatre Festival (NYMF), which occurred this past July.

Hayes and Lewis met fellow contestant Whitcomb during the duo’s appearance on season four of The Voice. “We were blown away when we heard Amy sing,” Lewis says. “Ryan and I quickly agreed she would be perfect in the role of Florence, the jealous lover.” Whitcomb has been singled out by more than one critic; Theater Mania gushed, “the irrepressibly fierce Whitcomb sings like the genetic offspring of Pat Benatar and a valkyrie” and Talking Broadway said, “Whitcomb gives you something you can’t get at The Phantom of The Opera or anywhere else…” Theater Scene enthused, “Emitting old-time villainous Hollywood glamor, Amy Whitcomb robustly scores as the meddlesome Florence.”

“We are pleased to see Deep Love reaching more and more people every year,” adds Hayes. This year will be our biggest season yet.”

Joining Lewis and Whitcomb on stage are Garrett Sherwood and actress Alexandra Lovin, who have also received their share of acclamations. Theater Scene said that Sherwood has, “a raspy voice and a rock star charisma in the vein of Steven Tyler” and that he “is very fitting as Friedrich.” Lovin, a trained opera singer, is returning to the cast of Deep Love for the first time since 2010.

Deep Love is intended for all ages. Audience members are encouraged to wear their best funeral attire to the show.


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The Middle of Everywhere

Wynona Thompson Auditorium, 1225 10th Street, Cody

Tuesday September 29, 2015  7:00pm

 WONDERHEADS is a multi award winning physical theatre company specializing in mask performance and exquisite visual storytelling for adults and children. Their work is performed in full-face mask, a wordless form that mixes European larval mask traditions with character mask styles, resulting in a whimsical, wordless craft rarely seen on North American stages. Their three mainstage productions (Grim and Fischer, LOON and The Middle of Everywhere) have garnered multiple accolades, and they were recently selected as one of ten finalists in Scion Motivate, a national contest recognizing young entrepreneurs in the creative arts. When the ‘Heads are not busy touring to communities throughout North America, they can be found in their home base of Portland, Oregon, hatching plans for new and devious ways to evoke a sense of joy and wonder in all they meet. For more information about WONDERHEADS, please visit, and for the most up to date inside scoop, follow them on Facebook:

When two unlikely strangers discover a mysterious device at a bus stop, they are whisked away on a cosmic journey through time and space…but will they claim their place in the universe and find their way home?  The Middle of Everywhere is performed in full-face mask, a form so magical it will delight the child in you, whether you’re eight or eighty. Wordless and whimsical, it has been described by audiences as watching a living cartoon, or live-action Pixar.  Called “a captivating, wordless journey of physical theatre” by the CBC, this unparalleled piece of physical theatre will transport you along with Winston and Penny on a fantastical journey that must be seen to be believed!
The Middle of Everywhere is recommended for ages 5 – adult.

The Wonderheads performance has been moved to the Wynona Thompson Auditorium in Cody due to delays in renovations at the Meeteetse School.

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Montana Shakespeare in the Parks

Our 2015-16 Season opens with performances by Montana Shakespeare in the Parks.




The Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare starts at 6:30pm on Monday July 20th at Washington Park in Powell.




ic_1433190321_328x306_trueEdmond Rostand’s “Cyrano de Bergerac will follow on Wednesday July 22nd at 6:30pm at Canal Park in Cody.

The performances are FREE and open to everyone !!!!





Just bring a blanket, lawn chairs, picnic and beverages and enjoy the summer evening.  If the weather is threatening in the mid afternoon, the Taming of the Shrew performance will be moved indoors to the Powell Commons, 134 N Bent in Powell and Cyrano de Bergerac to the Cody Auditorium, 1214 Beck Avenue.

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O Sole Trio


Tuesday February 24th

7:30 PM

Wynona Thompson Auditorium, 1225 10th St. in Cody

Tickets:  $15 Adult and $12 Students/Seniors (65 and up)

Available under our ticket tab or at the Cody or Powell Chambers of Commerce, Meeteetse Visitors Center, or at the door.  For information call the Park County Arts Council at 307-899-6693.

O Sole Trio’s shows features a program that showcases a cornucopia of beloved Italian opera arias, popular Neapolitan songs as well as jazz standards made popular by such singers as Louis Prima, Dean Martin, Connie Francis and Andrea Bocelli, with a concentration on the Italian language and themes. In addition, they breathe new life into many familiar favorites with their unique and innovative arrangements.

for an evening filled with the music and song of everything Italian-American

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Missoula Children’s Theater

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Red Riding Hood 2009

Missoula Children’s Theater residencies are scheduled in Cody and Powell this season.  Auditions are held on the first Monday of the residency week with rehearsals following through the week and two performances on Saturday at 3:00 and 5:30pm.

Cody:  The Jungle Book  Jan. 26-31, 2015  Auditions:  Monday Jan. 26 3:45-5:45pm Cody Middle School Commons

Powell:  The Little Mermaid  February 9-14, 2015  Auditions:  Feb. 9 3:30-5:30pm  Powell High School Auditorium

Please be prompt, late arrivals will not be allowed to audition once the acting team has begun.  Students must be available all week for rehearsals from 3:30-8:00pm.  Some of the parts will have rehearsal immediately following the auditions.


Coming February 24th  O Sole Trio

7:30pm  Wynona Thompson Auditorium in Cody

A bit of everything Italian!


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