||MAY 3 & 4
TALK OF THE TOWN - UNDER THE BIG SKY: "HOW DID I END UP HERE?"
To further engage, entangle and electrify our community, WTC will stage
an original innovative show devoted to exploring the topic chosen
by YOU - the community! This original performance piece, focusing on the topic "HOW DID I END UP HERE?",
will be created via valley wide interviews, multi-disciplinary community
workshops (including but not limited to art/writing/social media/ theatre
/music/dance etc.) and extensive research. The resulting production
will be a dynamic fusion of community members' stories, ideas and
perspectives on the chosen topic. To get involved please email
|Adults $10 Students $8; General Seating
TICKETS SOLD AT THE DOOR ONLY
MAY 3 - 4 @ 7:30pm
Appropriate for older students and adults
Soroptimist International of Whitefish
||MAY 28-31, JUNE 5-7
This 1960s French farce features a glamour-boy architect who simultaneously
juggles French, German and American fiancées, each beautiful airline
hostesses. Tracking their airlines’ timetables and scheduling non-convergent
"layovers", he keeps "one up, one down and one pending" until unexpected
schedule changes, and introduction of a faster Boeing jet, bring all three
to Paris and his apartment at the same time. The result is a side-splitting
unraveling of his careful, romantic planning.
|Table or Mezzanine Seating with food & drink available for purchase.
TICKETS: Adults $20 / ALL SEATS RESERVED
PREVIEW: MAY 28 - $10 @ Door
MAY 28-31 & JUNE 5-7 @ 7:30pm
Appropriate for older students & adults
Rocky Mountain Contractors
The Hit Men
|THE HIT MEN
||JUNE 13 & 14
THE HIT MEN
The Hit Men are five former members of mega-hit acts including Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons,
Tommy James and The Shondells, The Critters, Jim Croce, Carly Simon, Cat Stevens, and more.
With music that transcends generations, the Hit Men bring you the greatest hits of the 60s, 70s
and 80s the way you first heard them... from the guys who made and played them all. These include
songs like "Oh, What A Night," "Who Loves You," "Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You", "Workin’ My
Way Back to You", "Walk Like a Man," "Big Girls Don’t Cry," "Mony, Mony", and "LeRoy Brown".
Heralded as the real "Jersey Boys", this amazing supergroup promises an evening of dancing
and sing-alongs to these legendary chart-toppers.
|$30 ALL SEATS RESERVED
JUN 13 & 14 @ 7:30pm
Carol and Richard Atkinson
Linda and Terry Bell
Rick and Alicia Blake
Beth Lendrum / Jerome Broussard
Gary and Jane Decker
Pat and Missy Carlos
Foley Family Foundation
Carolyn and Doug Pitman
Lisa and Alan Stinson
Carol and Terry Trieweiler
Ardyce and Steve Whisler
The 328-seat I.A. O'Shaughnessy Center is fully
accessible for patrons with disabilities. Anyone
needing special seating should notify the Box
Office in advance. Large print materials,
including programs and scripts are also
available in advance. Hearing impaired devices
can be picked up at the box office.
Whitefish Theatre Co. is enjoying its 34th year
as a non-profit, community-based performing arts
organization. This season Whitefish Theatre Co.
celebrates the arts by presenting eight
community plays with 41 performances, seven
concerts, two professional theatre performances.
WTC sponsors performances and workshops for
valley-wide schools and over 300 students will
participate in performances, theatre classes,
and summer camps. A free concert is scheduled
for seniors and underserved community members.
Whitefish Theatre Co. continues to fulfill its
mission of "Bringing the Arts to the
O'Shaughnessy Center to be enjoyed by EVERYONE!"
As diversified as our season is, so is our list
of volunteers and contributors. WTC's support
comes from all parts of the community - different
ages, varied interests, unique skills and many
professions. Hundreds of volunteers donate
thousands of hours in support of Whitefish
Theatre Co. Everyone is welcome to become
involved in the activities at the O'Shaughnessy
Center. No experience necessary!
Whitefish Theatre Co. receives generous support
from its loyal patrons, local businesses and
corporations. WTC events are also supported with
grants from the National Endowment for the Arts,
Western States Arts Federation, Montana Arts
Council, Montana Cultural Trust, and Whitefish