The Cutler Brother’s “Comedy Night” Couple’s Retreat will take place on Saturday, February 13th at 7:30 pm. The night will feature Cutler Brother’s “Comedy Night 46” with Valentine’s Day themes as well as chocolate and champagne. Singles are also most welcome and reservations are highly recommended at (406) 846-4096.
The Cutler Brother’s Valentine’s Day-themed “Comedy Night” will feature many of the valley’s favorite comedians. Kelly, Patrick, and Matthew Cutler are the authors of the show and sketches include “Love Letters,” “The Bachelor,” “A Groundhog’s Day Valentine,” the “Comedy Night News,” and much more. The cast rounds out at lucky 13 and the Powell County Attorney Kathy McEnery will play host. The show resembles the Saturday Night Live format.
“Comedy Night” has been a Cutler Brother’s staple since its formation in 2003. This show marks the 7th “Valentine’s Day-themed” show in the entertainment company’s history and the 46th “Comedy Night” to date. “Comedy Night” often pulls on current events and there is some audience participation.
Tickets to the Cutler Brother’s “Comedy Night” Couple’s Retreat are $35 for couples and $20 for all single parties. The show takes place at the Cutler Brother’s Theatre in Deer Lodge. Any and all inquiries may call the number above or visit cutlerbros.com for more details.
Cutler Brother’s 2nd ever “Pinheads and Patriots” Comedy Night 39 will premier for it’s one night showing on Tuesday, July 3rd at 8:00 pm. The sketch-comedy show takes place at the Cutler Bros. Theatre located at 301 Main in Deer Lodge. “Comedy Night” is the brainchild of the Cutler brothers and was originated in 2003.
The last 4th of July themed Comedy Night for the production company took place in 2011 and was held at the Deer Lodge Elks. “Comedy Night 39” will feature holiday-themed sketches such as “Captain Firework” and “Uncle Sam, a stage play.” The show takes on the structure of Saturday Night Live with sketch-comedy, a special guest host, and a musical guest.
Powell County drama coach and English teacher Solveig Munson will take the reigns on hosting “Comedy Night 39.” “Kelly (Cutler) has asked me to host for years and I’ve turned him down, but now that we’re moving this fall I didn’t really have an excuse to not do the show,” said Munson.
Other actors in “Comedy Night 39” include local comedians Jim Tilley, Zane Cozby, Stuart Jewell, Scott Grazier, Kyle Gillette, Kyler Noel, Darryl Barton, Jenna Singleton, Jenn Logan, Theresa Cameron, and Candice O’Brien. Marquis Archuleta and Taylor Caprara, both actors from the University of Montana, will make appearances and this Comedy Night marks the first time since 2009 that all three Cutler brothers (Kelly, Patrick and Matt) will take roles. Patrick’s last Comedy Night was number 15.
Tickets to the Cutler Brother’s sketch comedy show are $12 and may be purchased by calling the box office at (406) 846-4096 or by visiting cutlerbros.com. Reservations are highly recommended. Call the number listed for questions and directions.
Cutler Brother’s St. Patty’s Day “Comedy Night” will take the stage on Friday, March 16th @ 8:00 pm at the Cutler Bros. Theatre in Deer Lodge. This marks the 38th “Comedy Night” in the brother’s history. “Comedy Night” takes on the “Saturday Night Live” format with a special guest host, a musical guest, and funny sketches complete with costumes, sets, props, and sound effects.
The St. Patty’s Day “Comedy Night” will include sketches based off of the holiday themes. Matt and Kelly Cutler are the co-writers of “Comedy Night.” Sketches in “Comedy Night” 38 include the infamous “Comedy Night” news, “The Ugly Couple’s Club” where the actors switch sexes, a demented leprechaun living in the cellar of a home, and many more.
The “Comedy Night” cast includes some of Deer Lodge’s familiar faces. Kelly and Matthew Cutler will star in the show alongside fellow comedians Stuart Jewell, Jim Tilley, Dane Thompson, Jenn Logan, Jenna Singleton, Wolf Winter, Mariann Cameron, Anthony Savalla, and Scott Grazier. Jody Jones, a local comedian in her own, will host the show.
“This is the 2nd time we’ve tried doing a Comedy Night around St. Patty’s Day,” said the show’s director Kelly Cutler. He added, “Deer Lodge and the Cutler Bros. Theatre is a short drive from Butte, Helena, and even Missoula. Plus our tickets are pretty affordable.”
Tickets to this St. Patty’s Day “Comedy Night” are $10 general admission and $15 for the front row. Tickets may be reserved at the Cutler Bros.’ Box Office (406) 846-4096. Visit cutlerbros.com or call the box office for questions, directions, or more information.
Cutler Bros. Productions in Deer Lodge present Comedy Night 37 this December 23rd at 7:30 pm. Comedy Night is the brainchild of the Cutler brothers and was first produced in 2003. Comedy Night 37 is known as the brother’s “Christmas Comedy Night” with holiday themes. Comedy Night is a comedic sketch show similar to Saturday Night Live.
Hosting Comedy Night 37 is Deer Lodge native and grade school librarian Sarah (Mosier) Foster. Foster has played trumpet for several Cutler Bros.’ musicals and has some acting experience from her high school days. Kelly Cutler, the show’s director, has begged Foster to do Comedy Night for over six years when he realized how funny she was in the orchestra pit. “I’m nervous, but excited,” said Foster.
Other cast members include many Comedy Night regulars such as Matt and Kelly Cutler, Jim Theresa, and Mariann Cameron, Kyler Noel, Zane Cozby, Dane Thompson, Darryl Barton, Jenn Logan, Kyle Gillette, Jenna Singleton, and Scott Grazier. The voice of Butte radio, Carin Sullivan, will also take her fair share of roles. Kamryn Johnson, a high school senior at Powell County, will be the show’s musical guest. Johnson has won many accolades for her vocal performance in the state of Montana.
Sketches for Comedy Night 37 include a spoof on “Charlotte’s Web,” a trip to the “Handshake Factory,” the redneck version of “A Christmas Story,” the “Comedy Night News,” and many more. “This is the 37th Comedy Night in our history and our system for creating these things has become more and more solid over the years,” said Kelly Cutler. Matt Cutler, the show’s co-writer, added, “Comedy Night is a nice way to get into the holiday spirit. People laugh. People smile. It’s all good feelings.”
Comedy Night 37 will be staged at the Cutler Bros. Theatre at 301 Main in Deer Lodge. Tickets are $10 general admission and $15 for the front row. Reservations are recommended by calling (406) 846-4096. For further questions or directions visit cutlerbros.com.
The 36th Comedy Night in the Cutler Brother’s series will be staged this Friday, August 18th at 8:00 pm in Deer Lodge. Comedy Night is a Cutler Brother’s staple and resembles the late-night sketch show Saturday Night Live. The show is the brainchild of the Cutler Brothers and it was first produced at the Rialto Theater in 2003.
Fourteen years later the Deer Lodge Valley entertainment company’s sketch show is going strong. Comedy Night 36 will be hosted by Jake Nachtigal out of Missoula who was seen in this year’s “Beauty and the Beast” as the role of the Beast. “I’m really glad I found this little entertainment company,” said Nachtigal. He added, “It has given me some big opportunities and the people around here are a lot like family.”
Butte’s very own Russ Nelson and “Shell Shock Lulluby” will perform as the show’s musical guest and the cast boasts upwards of nineteen actors. Kyle Gillette and Stuart Jewell, who last performed comedy in July’s “The 39 Steps,” will take to the stage as well as local Das Froot members Zane Cozby, Jim Cameron, Rex Kendall, and Marquis Dijon Archuleta. Archuleta has a theatre degree from the University of Montana with an emphasis in acting.
Other comedians in the show include Jim Tilley, Jenna Singleton, Theresa Cameron, Scott Grazier, and Darryl Barton. Barton was last seen as the riveting Juror 4 in “12 Angry Men.” Annmarie Downey and Mariann Cameron both return to the show as well as Butte’s radio personality Carin Sullivan. Marik Chrisman, who was seen as the candlestick Lumiere in “Beauty and the Beast,” will make this Comedy Night debut.
Sketches for Comedy Night 36 were written by Patrick, Matthew, and Kelly Cutler, the latter two also performing in the show. Sketch themes include “Beauty and the Beast,” “Shark Tank,” “Rapper Nation,” and many, many more. Jenn Logan rounds out the cast as she joins Kelly Cutler on the Comedy Night News.
Tickets for Comedy Night 36 are $10 to $15 and may be reserved by calling the box office at (406) 846-4096. Seating is limited for this single night show and reservations are highly recommended. The doors open at 7:00 pm. For questions, directions, or more information call the number listed or visit cutlerbros.com.
The 6th annual Cutler Brother’s Valentine’s Day Comedy Night will take place this Tuesday, February 14th, at 7:00 pm. The sketch show on this lover’s holiday provides an SNL-type feel with comedic skits based around a Valentine’s Day theme as well as a special guest host and music from the Comedy Night House Band. This will be the Cutler Brother’s 35th Comedy Night of this style since 2003 and the show will take place at their theatre in Deer Lodge.
Valentine’s Day Comedy Night began in 2012 when the Deer Lodge-based entertainment troupe first purchased their theatre and has become an audience favorite over the years. This year’s Valentine’s Day show will see the core cast of local favorites in addition to special guest host Anthony Savalla. Savalla is a Deer Lodge-native that has starred in many Stage Left productions and is a well-known face around Rock Creek Cattle Company.
Sketches for the 6th Valentine’s Day Comedy Night were solely written by Matthew and Kelly Cutler and are based around the theme of the holiday. Sketches include the “V-Day Story Time,” “A Scooby Doo Valentine,” “The Weirder Things that Happen on Valentine’s Day,” and much more. The Comedy Night House Band will entertain audiences between scenes and a special musical guest will perform in each act.
Tickets to the 6th annual Valentine’s Day Comedy Night are $10 for general admission and $15 for front row seating. Tickets may be reserved by calling the box office at (406) 846-4096 or may be purchased at the door. For further questions, directions, and other inquires call the number listed or visit cutlerbros.com.
The Cutler Brother’s 34th Comedy Night will take place Friday, December 23rd on the brother’s main stage in Deer Lodge. The Comedy Night will have holiday themes and is fully written by Matthew and Kelly Cutler. This marks the 14th straight year the small-town entertainment company has produced a Christmas Comedy Night.
The Cutler Brother’s Comedy Night takes on the SNL-style with funny sketches as well as a guest host from the community and a musical guest. The 2016 Christmas host will be Abby Kellicut, who previously owned Cattail Floral in town, and the directors are still working on a musical guest for the event. Comedy Night is given a PG-13 rating by the brothers in terms of language and content.
Other cast members for the 2016 comedy show include valley favorites Matthew and Kelly Cutler, Jim and Theresa Cameron, Zane Cozby, Stuart Jewell, Kyle Gillette, Jenn Logan, Rex Kendall, Jim Tilley, and Dane Thompson. Brandon Forson, who joined the Cutler Brother’s Creepshow this year and was last seen as Buddy the Elf in “Miracle on 34th Street,” will make his comedy night debut. Butte’s radio personality Carin Sullivan will also show her comedy chops along with Jenna Singleton making her first comedy night appearance since 2009.
Sketches for Comedy Night 34 include a sequel to the gothic Christmas Band, a spoof on Judge Judy, a new rendition of “Miracle on 34th Street,” a group meeting called “Overly Sensitive Anonymous,” and much more. Kelly Cutler and Jenn Logan will inform audience members during their Comedy Night News segment and host Kellicut will deliver an intro monologue as seen in all Cutler Bros. Comedy Nights.
The 34th Comedy Night, ironically falling in the same month the company produced “Miracle on 34th Street,” will begin at 7:30 pm and reservations are highly recommended as Comedy Nights generally sell out. Tickets are $10 – $15 and may be reserved by calling the Cutler Bros. box office at (406) 846-4096. Visit cutlerbros.com for more information.
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