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  • Writing Desks And Ravens

    Andy Meyers, For the Courier

    It’s time for FPST’s much anticipated annual winter reading performance! Pam L. Veis and Andy Meyers, along with Alicia Bullock-Muth, Sydney Hayward and Jay Roberts, star in this collection of mystery, poetry and suspense paying tribute to Edgar Allan Poe and his influential work. This performance of riddles, conundrums and musical intervals is certain to entertain audiences of all ages, while raising a few goosebumps and superstitious tension celebrating the historic Fort Peck Hotel. Showtimes are Saturday, Feb. 18, 6:30 p.m., or Sunday, Feb... Full story

  • The Show Must Go On

    Andy Meyers, Artistic Director|Jun 20, 2018

    Dear Patrons, Friends and Supporters of Fort Peck Summer Theatre, I would like to apologize for not making an earlier announcement or disclaimer of the adult themes depicted in our current production of Cabaret. The title has been a frequently requested show, and I do think it is important to note that we did not choose to produce a new edgy musical for the sake of shock value. Cabaret is a classic Golden Age musical, which debuted over 50 years ago, winning multiple Oscars, Tonys and is one of only a handful of musicals to be considered for...

  • American Classic Comes to Life at FPST

    Andy Meyers, Artistic Director, FPST|Jul 8, 2015

    Texas Has a Whorehouse in It! Fort Peck Summer Theatre is pleased to continue the 46th season with The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, the lively musical, is based on the true story of the legendary brothel known as The Chicken Ranch in Gilbert, Texas, which operated from 1840 to 1973, until a crusading, Houston radio commentator, Melvin P. Thorpe, (played by Morgan Phelps) forced it to shut its doors. Audience favorite Shannon McMillan, whose Fort Peck...

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