The Cutler Brother’s 44th Comedy Night will premier this Friday, August 21st at 8 pm at the Cutler Bros. Theatre in Deer Lodge. Comedy Night is the brainchild of Kelly, Matthew, and Patrick Cutler and it was first produced in 2003. The comedic sketch show resembles Saturday Night Live with a special guest host, musical guest, and several original sketches written by the Cutler brothers.
Comedy Night 44 will be hosted by New York’s John Knispel and the musical guest will be area favorite John Montoya. Knispel has been on and off the Cutler Bros. stage since 2011 taking leading roles in “Annie,” “Thoroughly Modern Millie,” “Oklahoma,” and more. Montoya has been entertaining audiences in establishments across Montana for several years.
Sketches for Comedy Night 44 include a spoof on the hit TV show “Ghost Hunters,” a father that thinks he’s a clown, a Twilight Zone Episode, Behind the Scenes of The Wizard of Oz, and more. The Comedy Night News, a crowd favorite, will also be co-anchored by Knispel and Kelly Cutler. The cast is 14 comedians strong.
Tickets for the Cutler Brother’s 44th Comedy Night are $12 and may be reserved by calling their box office at (406) 846-4096. Visit cutlerbros.com for more information.
“Romeo and Juliet,” the Shakespeare classic, will open in Deer Lodge at the Cutler Bros. Theatre on Friday, July 24th and run to Sunday, August 16th with showings Friday and Saturday nights at 7:30 pm and Sunday matinees at 2:00 pm. The second play of the Cutler Brother’s altered season will be directed by veteran to the Cutler stage and resident actor Marquis Dijon Archuleta in his directorial debut with the troupe.
Archuleta first took roles at the Cutler Bros. Theatre in 2014 when he played Crooks in “Of Mice and Men” and Benny Southstreet in “Guys and Dolls.” Since that time, he has been back to Deer Lodge for every summer theatre season for at least one show. His resume at Cutler Brothers includes roles in “Chicago,” “To Kill a Mockingbird” (Tom Robinson), “Jesus Christ Superstar” (Peter), “Damn Yankees,” “The Little Mermaid” (Sebastian), and many more.
Archuleta is a graduate from the University of Montana’s theatre program with an emphasis in acting and is excited to deliver to audiences his interpretation of this timeless piece. In his directorial debut the “Romeo and Juliet” that will be presented will have a modern flare and even take place in certain locations around Montana. “The plotlines of this show seem to never lose their relevancy, no matter what year the show is produced,” Archuleta stated. He would know. Marquis has performed “Romeo and Juliet” over 5 times playing 5 different roles as well as countless other Shakespeare in Missoula, MT and at the Tennessee Shakespeare Company.
On top of the directorial debut, Marquis will play the extensive role of Friar Laurence in the show among a solid cast of Deer Lodge-locals and a few recruited Missoulians. Jourdan Nokleby (Nurse) and Erin Agner (Sampson/Friar John) will both make their Deer Lodge-debuts as well and both have broad credits with the University of Montana, Montana Repertory Theatre, and other companies across the country. Lee Hague, a Deer Lodgian, makes his theatrical debut as the Prince and Matthew (Tybalt) and Patrick (Lord Capulet) Cutler will represent the Cutler family in the production. Romeo will be played by Louis Savalla and Juliet by Megan Blue Earth-Highley, both of which will be freshmen in high school this fall.
The cast tops out at 16 total members and the show will run for 4 straight weeks at the Cutler Theatre. Tickets are $20 general admission and interested parties are encouraged to visit the Cutler Brothers Productions Facebook page for current specials. Reservations are recommended due to social distancing efforts and may be made by calling the box office at (406) 846-4096. Visit cutlerbros.com for more information.
“Mayhem in Montana,” is the title of Kelly Cutler’s latest comedy and will be the opening show of the Cutler Brother’s 2020 theatre season in Deer Lodge. Cutler Brothers Productions will present an altered theatre season due to the Covid19 pandemic and the original comedy will begin this Friday at their theatre.
“Mayhem in Montana” is Kelly Cutler’s 9th original play and the second to be written within the last year. “The Wizard of OZ” was supposed to be the June production in Deer Lodge but plans were changed due to what was happening around the world. “We just thought we should go with a smaller cast and something that’s a little more budget-friendly after all of the chaos,” Cutler, who also directs the show, said.
The original comedy takes place in present times at a luxurious lakefront property on Flathead Lake that is owned by the mafia of the Northwest. The Don, who has a double life as a married man named Chad, decides that it is time to move the mob’s secret Montana hideout elsewhere so he can move his wife in from Chicago. However, he doesn’t realize that he is part of a major investigation underway by the FBI into his shady affairs. Two of the FBI’s top agents, who are undercover as the characters “the Dork and Paul,” are tasked with the covert op mission. Things become a bit hairy when the Northwest mob step on the toes of a neighboring mob and they all end up in Montana. Mistaken identity and wacky personalities rule the day in “Mayhem in Montana.”
The show has a cast of ten and will see all three Cutler brothers on stage for a moment. Kelly Cutler directs the show and plays the roles of Dan and Paul. Patrick Cutler, who recently moved back to the state from Alaska, will relive his iconic role of the Dork which he delighted audiences with between 2001 to 2004. Matt Loehrke will make his Cutler brother’s debut as the Don and Chad. Loehrke holds a B.A. in Theatre Arts from Linfield College and works full time at the Missoula Children’s Theatre. Rounding out the cast is Cutler Bros. favorite resident actor Marquis Archuleta, Logan Beck, Sarah Tilley, Sally Bridgham, Josh Pentland, Kia Carlin, and Justin Marshall, who will also make his theatrical debut.
“Mayhem in Montana” runs Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm and Sundays at 2:00 pm from June 19th to July 12th with no showing on the 4th of July. Tickets are $20 general admission and reservations are highly recommended due to safety measures that will be taken. Reservations may be made at cutlerbros.com or by calling the Box Office at (406) 846-4096.
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Cutler Bros. Productions 4th annual Christmas production is “The Family Man” and will be produced on the Cutler Theatre stage from December 13th – 22nd in Deer Lodge. “The Family Man” is loosely based on the 2000 American romantic-comedy film starring Nicholas Cage.
Jack (Matthew Cutler) is a rich Wall Street exec that is given a “glimpse” by a homeless man named Cash (Logan Beck) when the two meet at a side street grocery store. Jack is propelled into “the world he could have had,” now married to his high school sweetheart Kate (Kia Carlin) with their two children Annie (Izzy Savalla) and Josh (Jonah Tilley). At first Jack is bewildered and vehemently wishes for his life back, but slowly he re-falls in love with Kate and their quaint little family.
Other Deer Lodge-based actors taking roles in “The Family Man” include Wolf Winter, Amanda Wheelock, Lewis Smith, Sally Bridgham, Jenna Singleton, and Louis Savalla. Making their stage debut with Cutler Brother’s Productions are Zeke Hamby, Dennis Mahagin, and Dannelle Sawicki.
Tickets for “The Family Man” are $18 general admission without a reservation and $15 for adults and $12 for children under 10 with a reservation. Reservations are recommended by calling the Cutler Bros. Box Office at (406) 846-4096. The play runs Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm and Sundays at 2:00 pm. For more information visit cutlerbros.com or the Cutler Brother’s Facebook page.
“Young Frankenstein,” the fast-paced musical romp by Mel Brooks and Thomas Meehan, will open on the Cutler Brother’s stage on Halloween night and run through November 17th. “Young Frankenstein” is based on the 1974 comedy film of the same name written by Brooks and Gene Wilder. Showings are Halloween night then Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm and Sunday matinees at 2:00 pm. A ticket discount will be given on Halloween night if patrons show up in costume.
Zane Cozby, a long time Cutler brother actor, will make his directorial debut with “Young Frankenstein.” “I’ve just always been in love with how funny this Mel Brook’s movie is,” stated Cozby. He continued, “And after participating in the Cutler brother’s Comedy Nights I knew it was a show that we had to do!”
Other Deer Lodge familiar faces taking parts in “Young Frankenstein” include Kelly Cutler (Dr. Fronkensteen), Stuart Jewell (Igor), Kamryn Johnson (Inga), Jim Cameron (Inspector Kemp), and Mariann Cameron and Glory Blue-Earth Highley splitting the role of Elizabeth Benning. Director Cozby will play the role of the Monster and Cutler Bros. newcomer Sarah Ward will play the castle housekeeper Frau Blucher. The cast totals over 20 individuals with 3 costume designers, tech experts, and Sally Bridgham at the helm of props manager once again.
“Young Frankenstein” follows the movie plot quite closely with massive dance numbers in “Join the Family Business,” “The Transylvania Mania,” and, a crowd favorite, “Put it on the Ritz.” The overarching plotline follows Dr. Fronkenstein as he returns to Transylvania to settle the will of his late grandfather Victor and quickly becomes wrapped up in the insanity of his family’s business of bringing dead people back to life.
Tickets for “Young Frankenstein” are $20 and reservations are highly recommended by calling (406) 846-4096. All showings take place at the Cutler Brother’s Theatre located at 301 Main Street in Deer Lodge. Visit cutlerbros.com or the Cutler Brother’s Facebook page for more details.
The Cutler Brother’s “Creepshow” at the Cutler Brother’s Theatre will run Thursday, October 24th to Saturday, October 26th from 7 pm to closing. This marks the 8th year for the Cutler Brother’s scare fest which started in 2012 at their 301 Main Street location in Deer Lodge.
The theme for the 2019 “Creepshow” is “Zombie Apocalypse” and was written by Matthew Cutler. Tours run about 20 to 25 minutes long and they take audience members through an interactive storyline that adheres to the theme. Inside the Cutler Bros. Theatre are 15 actors to carry out the story, a maze, several rooms and areas for scenes, and multiple choices for the “Creepshow” tourists to make.
The Cutler Bros. “Creepshow” began in 2012 at their theatre and the theme was a “mental asylum.” In 2014 the scare-show moved inside the walls of the Old Montana Prison museum and was housed there for 2 years with the themes “killer clowns” and “The Green Inferno.” The year 2016 brought the show back to the Cutler Theatre and it has been produced there ever since.
Tickets for the 2019 Cutler “Creepshow” are $10 and may be purchased at the Box Office next to the Broken Arrow Steakhouse on Main Street. Tours consist of 5 to 20 people and average wait time is a half an hour. Visit cutlerbros.com or Cutler Bros. Facebook page for more details.
Please Join us Sunday, August 25th for our banquet:
5 PM Cocktails
6 PM Dinner: Chicken parm or white sauce, shrimp, scampi, salad, Garlic toast, desert
Where: Elks Lodge
7 PM Awards: Immediately following at Cutler Bros. Theatre
What: Academy Awards-styled ceremony
Reservations at 490-4698
2019 Cutler Bros.
“Conny Awards” Nominations
1. BEST LEADING ACTOR
1. Kelly Cutler - Misery - Paul Sheldon
2. Kelly Cutler - It’s a Wonderful Life - George Bailey
3. Stuart Jewell - The Diary of Anne Frank - Otto Frank
4. Kelly Cutler - The Music Man - Professor Harold Hill
5. Marquis Dijon Archuleta - The Chopping Block - Braxton Fairwinkle (narrator)
6. Marquis Dijon Archuleta - The Complete History of America (abridged)
7. Connor Shabro - The Complete History of America (abridged)
2. BEST LEADING ACTRESS
1. Carin Sullivan - Misery - Annie Wilkes
2. Mariann Cameron - It’s a Wonderful Life - Mary Hatch Bailey
3. Sara Spring - The Diary of Anne Frank - Anne Frank
4. Elizabeth Lowery - The Music Man - Marian Paroo
5. Kamryn Johnson - The Chopping Block - The Giving Tree
6. Josh Pentland - The Complete History of America (abridged)
3. BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
1. Tom Gomola - Misery - Sheriff Howell
2. Josh Pentland - It’s a Wonderful Life - Clarence
3. Kelly Cutler - The Diary of Anne Frank - Mr. Van Daan
4. Josh Pentland - The Music Man - Marcellus
5. Jim Cameron - The Music Man - Mayor Shinn
6. Matt Cutler - The Chopping Block - Mack Haroldson
4. BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
1. Elizabeth Lowery - It’s a Wonderful Life - Tilly
2. Erin Jewell - The Diary of Anne Frank - Edith Frank
3. Jenn Logan - The Diary of Anne Frank - Mrs. Van Daan
4. Theresa Cameron - The Music Man - Eulalie McKecknie Shinn
5. Jeri-anne Cutler - The Music Man - Mrs. Paroo
6. Kia Carlin - The Chopping Block - Jane Elliot
5. BEST ACTOR IN A SIDE ROLE
1. Jim Cameron - It’s a Wonderful Life - Mr. Gower
2. Matt Cutler - It’s a Wonderful Life - Harry Bailey
3. Tom Gomola - The Diary of Anne Frank - Mr. Kraler
4. Zane Cozby - The Diary of Anne Frank - Mr. Dussel
5. Tristen Marjerison - The Music Man - Tommy Djelas
6. Jonah Tilley - The Music Man - Winthrop Paroo
7. Dane Thompson - The Chopping Block - Mr. Smith / Doc
6. BEST ACTRESS IN A SIDE ROLE
1. Kia Carlin - It’s a Wonderful Life - Violet Bick
2. Kia Carlin - The Diary of Anne Frank - Miep Gies
3. Nora Spring - The Diary of Anne Frank - Margot Frank
4. Kamryn Johnson - The Music Man - Zanita Shinn
5. Dicey Butler - The Music Man - Amaryllis
6. Jenna Singleton - The Chopping Block - Bobbie Jean
7. Tina Saville - The Chopping Block - Beatrice Hughes
7. BEST STANDOUT MUSICIAN
1. Sheila Thompson - The Music Man / The Chopping Block - various instruments
2. Brent Volf - The Music Man - piano
3. April Kersch - The Music Man - flute - piccolo
4. Ryon Noland - The Chopping Block - drums
8. BEST COUPLE / LOVE SCENE / KISS
1. Kelly Cutler / Mariann Cameron - It’s a Wonderful Life - George and Mary
2. Stuart Jewell / Erin Jewell - The Diary of Anne Frank - Otto and Edith Frank
3. Louis Savalla / Sara Spring - The Diary of Anne Frank - Peter and Anne
4. Kelly Cutler / Elizabeth Lowery - The Music Man - Professor Hill and Marian
5. Matt Cutler / Kia Carlin - The Chopping Block - Mack and Jane
9. BEST DRAMATIC PERFORMANCE
1. Kelly Cutler - Misery - Paul Sheldon
2. Kelly Cutler - It’s a Wonderful Life - George Bailey
3. Tom Gomola - It’s a Wonderful Life - Uncle Billy
4. Stuart Jewell - The Diary of Anne Frank - Otto Frank
5. Sara Spring - The Diary of Anne Frank - Anne Frank
6. Kia Carlin - The Chopping Block - Jane Elliot
7. Matt Cutler - The Chopping Block - Mack Haroldson
10. BEST DEATH SCENE
1. Tom Gomola - Misery - Sheriff Howell
2. Carin Sullivan - Misery - Annie Wilkes
3. Wolfie Winter - Creepshow - flesh-eating dog
4. Zane Cozby - Comedy Night - alcoholic dad
5. Rhylie Mickey - The Chopping Block - drunken father
6. Stuart Jewell - The Chopping Block - Lenagin
7. Louis Savalla - The Chopping Block - gambler
8. Kia Carlin - The Chopping Block - Jane Elliot
11. MOST VERSATILE ACTOR / ACTRESS
1. Jim Cameron - Creepshow, man
It’s a Wonderful Life, Gower, Rhineman
The Diary of Anne Frank, Nazi
The Music Man - Mayor Shinn
The Chopping Block, Old Mack Haroldson
2. Stuart Jewell - It’s a Wonderful Life, Ernie
The Diary of Anne Frank, Otto Frank
The Chopping Block, Lenagin
3. Kelly Cutler - Misery, Paul Sheldon
It’s a Wonderful Life, George Bailey
The Diary of Anne Frank, Mr. Van Daan
The Music Man, Professor Harold Hill
The Chopping Block, Bill Buckwilder
4. Matt Cutler - It’s a Wonderful Life - Harry Bailey, Bert the Cop
The Music Man - school board / quartet
The Chopping Block - Mack Haroldson
5. Tristen Marjerison - The Diary of Anne Frank, Nazi
The Music Man, Tommy Djelas
6. Marquis Dijon Archuleta - The Music Man, school board / quartet
The Chopping Block, narrator
The Complete History of America (abridged)
7. Kamryn Johnson - The Music Man, Zanita Shinn
The Chopping Block, - The Giving Tree, Ensemble
12. BEST BACKGROUND PERFORMER
1. April Kersch - It’s a Wonderful Life / The Music Man
2. Emily Pentland - It’s a Wonderful Life / The Music Man / The Chopping Block
3. Glory Highley - It’s a Wonderful Life / The Music Man
4. Sally Bridgham - The Music Man / The Chopping Block
5. Nia McClanahan - The Music Man / The Chopping Block
6. Tina Saville - The Chopping Block
7. Logan Beck - The Chopping Block
13. BEST VILLAIN / VILLAIN TEAM
1. Carin Sullivan - Misery - Annie Wilkes
2. Jim and Theresa Cameron - Creepshow - mom and dad
3. Kyle Gillette - It’s a Wonderful Life - Henry Potter
4. Jim Cameron, Martin Reap, Tristen Marjerison - The Diary of Anne Frank - Nazis
5. Anthony Savalla - The Music Man - Charlie Cowell
6. Kelly Cutler - The Chopping Block - Bill Buckwilder
14. BEST LAST-MINUTE SAVE
1. Paul Chapman - It’s a Wonderful Life - man on bridge
2. Kelly Cutler - The Diary of Anne Frank - Mr. Van Daan
3. Jeri-anne Cutler - The Music Man - Mrs. Paroo
4. Emily Pentland and Nia McClanahan - The Chopping Block - Ensemble
5. Ken Kimerly - new popcorn machine after the old one blew up during The Music Man
6. Al Cutler - rolling apples out on stage during The Chopping Block
15. BEST CHILD STAR
1. Amanda Wheelock - It’s a Wonderful Life - Young Violet, Jane Bailey
2. Kimarie Eastis - It’s a Wonderful Life - Young Harry, Tommy Bailey
- The Music Man - Ensemble
3. Louis Savalla - It’s a Wonderful Life - Young George, Peter Bailey
- The Diary of Anne Frank - Peter Van Daan
4. Sara Spring - The Diary of Anne Frank - Anne Frank
5. Jonah Tilley - The Music Man - Winthrop Paroo
6. Izzy Hunter - The Chopping Block - Young Jane
7. Kaiden Dolan - The Chopping Block - Young Mack
16. BEST COMEDIC DUO / COMEDIC TEAM
1. Matt Cutler / Stuart Jewell - It’s a Wonderful Life - Bert and Ernie
2. Kelly Cutler / Jenn Logan - The Diary of Anne Frank - Mr. and Mrs. Van Daan
3. Jim Cameron / Theresa Cameron - The Music Man - Mr. and Mrs. Shinn
4. Dane Thompson / Marquis Archuleta / Brent Volf / Matt Cutler
- The Music Man - school board / quartet
5. Stuart Jewell / Paul Chapman - The Chopping Block - Lenagin and Hughes
6. Josh Pentland / Connor Shabro / Marquis Archuleta
- The Complete History of America (abridged)
17. ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
1. Kris Huckaby - It’s a Wonderful Life - Ma Bailey
- The Music Man - Grecian Urn
2. Bekka Schwab - It’s a Wonderful Life - Zsu Zsu Bailey
3. Dicey Butler - The Music Man - Amaryllis
4. Paige Highley - The Music Man - Ensemble
5. Bailey Chapel - The Music Man - Ensemble
6. Nia McClanahan - The Music Man - Ensemble
- The Chopping Block - Ensemble
7. Rhylie Mickey - The Chopping Block - Ensemble, drunken father
8. Connor Shabro - The Complete History of America (abridged)
18. INFAMOUS KLUTZ AWARD
1. Carin Sullivan - Misery, - Putting the fire out with gas can
- Forgot to set the bucket on stage for Kelly to burn the
2. Stuart Jewell - It’s a Wonderful Life - breaking glass on Jim Cameron’s face
- breaking park bench
3. Jim Cameron - It’s a Wonderful Life - not in the office during auditor scene
4. Tom Gomola - It’s a Wonderful Life - broke chair when George beat up Uncle Billy
5. Scott Grazier - It’s a Wonderful Life - pants fell down during bank scene
6. Louis Savalla - The Diary of Anne Frank - missed his cue to come on stage for two
long (very long) minutes
7. Matt Cutler - The Diary of Anne Frank - played YouTube ad during train audio
8. Kelly Cutler - The Music Man - popped button off his jacket during key scene
9. Patrick Cutler - The Music Man - tangled up the train - crisscrossed bars
10. Erin Jewell - The Music Man - explosion sound FX - gun didn’t go off
11. Dicey Butler - The Music Man - phantom piano played while she didn’t have her
hands on the keyboard
12. Patrick Cutler - The Chopping Block - kicked over the fire extinguisher while leaving
13. Izzy Savalla - The Chopping Block - biffed it
14. Marquis Dijon Archuleta - The Chopping Block - tip jar crashes to the floor and
19. SHOW OF THE YEAR
2. It’s a Wonderful Life
3. The Diary of Anne Frank
4. The Music Man
5. The Chopping Block
6. The Complete History of America (abridged)
20. STANDOUT DANCER
1. Josh Pentland - The Music Man
2. Jenna Singleton - The Music Man - The Chopping Block
3. Marquis Archuleta - The Music Man - The Chopping Block
4. Kamryn Johnson - The Music Man - The Chopping Block
5. Dane Thompson - The Music Man - The Chopping Block
6. Kia Carlin - The Music Man - The Chopping block
21. MOST COACHABLE 2019
1. Kimarie Eastis 5. Dane Thompson
2. Louis Savalla 6. Eden Butler
3. Marquis Archuleta 7. Izzy Hunter
4. Kamryn Johnson
22. SET DESIGN / PROPS / COSTUMES
Stuey Sally Laurie
Kenny Theresa Shawna
23. SPECIAL EFFECTS / STAGE MANAGER / FILMER / PHOTOGRAPHER
Matt Charlie Erin Sara Danielle
Kia Jace Jerrika Connor Mary
24. OFFICE HELP / USHERS
Cutler Brothers Productions wraps up their 2019 summer theatre season with “Comedy Night 42” on Friday, August 9th and a run of “The Complete History of America (abridged)” from August 16th to the 30th. Both shows contain adult humor and will be produced on the Cutler Brother’s stage at 301 Main Street in Deer Lodge.
First off, this Friday “Comedy Night 42” will take place at 8 pm. The Cutler Brother’s “Comedy Night” was first produced in 2003 and continues to make seasonal appearances year in and year out. The cast of “Comedy Night 42” is loaded with Deer Lodge favorites including Zane Cozby, Jenn Logan, Jim and Theresa Cameron, Dane Thompson, Stuey Jewell, Tina Saville, Wolfie Winters, Jenna Singleton, Kamryn Johnson, and Matt and Kelly Cutler. Logan Beck will make his “Comedy Night” debut as well as University of Montana actor Marquis Dijon Archuleta.
“Comedy Night” takes on the structure of “Saturday Night Live.” Local resident and courthouse worker Sarah Ward will play host and Nora Spring, an all-state high school vocalist, will be the musical guest. Sketches include “Toy Story on a Budget,” a high school jam-packed with nerds, an evil narrator that controls people’s lives, the iconic Comedy Night News, and much, much more.
The Cutler Bros. season will end with another comedy in “The Complete History of America (abridged)” by Adam Long, Reed Martin, and Austin Tichenor. The three authors are also responsible for the more renown “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged).” The sequel, to be produced on the Cutler Bros. stage, follows the same edifice as three actors bring to life all, or most, of the characters and stories that have shaped the history of America. The history of America told in less than 2 hours will be brought to life by Marquis Dijon Archuleta of Great Falls, Connor Shabro of Seattle, and Josh Pentland of Deer Lodge.
Tickets for “Comedy Night 42” are $12 general admission and tickets for “The Complete History of America (abridged)” are $20. Showings of America abridged run Wednesdays to Saturdays at 7:30 pm and Sundays at 2:00 pm beginning on August 16th. There will be no showing on Sunday, August 25th. For questions, reservations, or more info please call the Cutler Bros. box office at (406) 846-4096 or visit cutlerbros.com
Meredith Willson’s “The Music Man” will open on the Cutler Brother’s stage in Deer Lodge on Friday, June 14th and run through the 30th. The musical is based on a story by Willson and Franklin Lacey. This marks the second show of the Cutler Brother’s 2019 Summer Theatre Season.
“The Music Man” is an American classic which follows con-man Harold Hill (Kelly Cutler) after he lands in a small Iowa city and attempts to trick the citizens into buying musical instruments when he knows nothing about music. After approached by hotheaded and impatient Mayor Shinn (Jim Cameron), Hill decides he’ll need a musical reference of the highest order and he contacts the reserved and intolerant Marian Paroo (Elizabeth Cozby). Paroo, the local librarian, wants nothing to do with the master manipulator at first, but in time she falls for the professor and the professor, in turn, falls for the aging introvert.
Other cast members in the Deer Lodge ensemble include Josh Pentland as Marcellus Washburn, Candice O’Brien as mama Paroo, Theresa Cameorn as the mayor’s wife, Kamryn Johnson as Zaneeta Shinn, Tristan Marjerison as Tommy Djilas, and Jonah Tilley as Winthrop. The cast tops out at around 40 local actors. Popular musical numbers include “76 Trombones,” “The Wells Fargo Wagon,” and “Gary Indiana.” A live 8-piece orchestra supplements the show.
“The Music Man” runs Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm and Sunday matinees at 2:00 pm. Tickets are $15 to $20 and reservations are highly recommended. Reservations may be made at cutlerbros.com or by calling the box office at (406) 846-4096. All showings take place at the Cutler Bros. Theatre at 301 Main in Deer Lodge. For tickets click here for more information please visit the website or call the number listed.
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