"Miss Montage and the Case of the Single Shoe"
1949. Miss Mary Montage, Private Investigator from the big city, is eager to enjoy the rural lifestyle after years of chasing hardened criminals down dirty alleys. She thought she'd seen it all, but upon moving to the tiny town of Philipsburg, MT, Miss Montage walks unsuspectingly into her most daring challenge to date: performing in the annual talent contest, a crucial step in winning over the hearts and minds of the locals. Her beau, Sheriff Jim O'Conner, joins her on-stage, along with ranch hand (and ladies man) Gunner McGavin, Caroline Shephard, local beauty queen and control freak, the opinionated Widow Forth and her simpering son, Kermit. The curtain goes up, but -- where's special guest-star Dixie McDermott? Join Miss Mary Montage as she uses her detective skills to solve this hilarious whodunit filled with plenty of hi-jinks, high heels, pickled pigs feet and....murder! Written by Montana's own, Regan deVictoria, directed by Colleen Watson. Move with us from suspense to hilarity as we follow up with a hoot hollering Vaudeville Variety Show!
"She Married Well"
Sallie and Eula had roomed together at school and were bosom enemies. They were always jealous of each other's possessions. Now, twenty-five years later, Eula arrives for a visit, still putting on airs. She has a large automobile and a chauffeur. This is too much for Sallie, who promptly acquires a spurious French maid and plays "lady of the manor." But the women hadn't counted on their down-to-earth husbands who got ill off expensive cigars! The fact that the chauffeur is as phony as the maid adds the final complication to this hilarious farce! Written by John Kirkpatrick, directed by Colleen Watson, this fun farce was followed by our fast and funny vaudeville variety show!
"Over the River and Through the Woods"A hilarious family comedy written by Joe DiPitetro, author of I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change. Loaded with laughs. Nick, is a single, Italian-American guy from New Jersey. His parents retired and moved to Florida. That doesn't mean his family isn't still in New Jersey. In fact, he sees both sets of his grandparents every Sunday for dinner. This is routine until he tells them that he's been offered a dream job. In Seattle. This news doesn't sit so well. Thus begins a series of schemes to keep Nick from moving. How could he leave them and move across the country wonder his grandparents, Frank, Aida, Nunzio and Emma. They do their level best to keep him, including bringing to dinner the lovely-and single-Caitlin O'Hare as bait! Directed by the talented Colleen Watson.