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This is Montana's only guide to the arts that is state-sanctioned, and distributed statewide.

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Montana Art Galleries

Art Galleries

Original works of art from artists all across the state of Montana.

 

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Festivals

Festivals

Exciting Montana festivals and other main events.

Montana Museums

Museums

Cultural, historic and scientific Montana Museums.

 

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Literary Treasures

Literary Treasures

Discover the characters and stories of Montana.

Performing Arts

Performing Arts

Live performances throughout the state of Montana.

 

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Historical Sites

Historical Sites

Explore the history that has shaped Montana.

Apr 28-May14, 2017: My Fair Lady at the Grandstreet Theatre

“This 'loverly' and romantic masterpiece is one of the greatest musicals of all time!”

While selling flowers in Covent Garden, rough Cockney girl Eliza Doolittle meets the pompous phonetics professor Henry Higgins, and her world is forever turned upside down. Professor Higgins is so sure of his abilities that he takes it upon himself to transform the working class Eliza into a cultured member of high society. Bursting with some of the best known songs in Broadway history—“I Could Have Danced All Night,” “The Rain In Spain,” “Wouldn’t It Be Loverly” and “On the Street Where You Live”—My Fair Lady promises to be the perfect spring treat for the entire family.

BOOK AND LYRICS BY ALAN J. LERNER
MUSIC BY FREDERICK LOEWE
ADAPTED FROM GEORGE BERNARD SHAW’S PLAY AND GABRIEL PASCAL’S MOTION PICTURE PYGMALION - ORIGINAL PRODUCTION DIRECTED BY MOSS HART

MY FAIR LADY is produced by arrangement with TAMS-WHITMARK MUSIC LIBRARY, INC.,
560 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10022


Grandstreet Theatre
325 N. Park, Helena
(406) 442-4270
grandstreettheatre.com
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