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Youth Production Tickets
Adults $10
   Students/Seniors/Military $8   
Children under 12 $5
   MSUN Students free with valid ID   

MAT/HHS Musical tickets
Adults $12
   Students/Seniors/Military $10   
Youth Grades 6-12 $8
Children under 12 $5
Mainstage Tickets
Adults $15
   Students/Seniors/Military $10   
MSUN Students free
with valid MSUN ID
Mainstage Musical Tickets
Adults $20
   Students/Seniors/Military $15   
MSUN Students free
with valid MSUN ID

Special Event ticket prices vary. Some shows have special children’s pricing for youth in 8th grade or younger.

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Scharfe, Kato, & Co Presents

The Play That Goes Wrong

by Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer & Henry Shields

Welcome to opening night of the Cornley University Drama Society’s newest production, The Murder at Haversham Manor, where things are quickly going from bad to utterly disastrous. The accident-prone thespians battle against all odds to make it through to their final curtain call, with hilarious consequences! Part Monty Python, part Sherlock Holmes, this comedy is guaranteed to leave you aching with laughter!


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Hi-Line Arts Council Phillip Aaberg Concert 2022

All ticket sales support the Hi-Line Arts Council.

For the third year, the Hi-line Arts Council and Sweetgrass Music present Christmas from the Hi-Line!

Grammy and Emmy nominee Philip Aaberg has performed his solo piano pieces around the world to great fan and critical acclaim, after years as a rock journeyman in the bands of Elvin Bishop and Peter Gabriel, among others. He has been commissioned to compose music of place in upstate New York, rural Kansas, Wyoming and Montana, where he now lives. Aaberg has received the Montana State Governor’s Award for the Arts, and the same award for the Humanities, an Innovation Award from the Montana Arts Council, and named Treasured Artist by Montana’s Secretary of State. In 2013 Montana State University gave him the first Honorary Doctorate in Music ever presented there.

Aaberg received a B.A. from Harvard on a Leonard Bernstein scholarship. He has appeared on over 200 albums and has released 14 albums on Sweetgrass Music, a label he owns and operates with his wife, Patty.

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