The imposing staccato opening notes of “Pomp and Circumstance” echoed through halls across the valley as high schools sent off their graduatin…
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The trip for West Bank residents to buy a book just grew shorter.
When drag queen Aurora found out that an LGBTQ+ pride group would be walking in the 38th annual Old West Days parade, she knew it was the perf…
The Old West Days parade is about to become a lot more colorful as Jackson’s LGBTQ community walks in it for the first time in history.
The lights dropped, the curtains rolled back and Josh Griffith stood onstage. Silently.
‘I Can Ski Forever’ is coming
Tickets for Andrew Munz’s fourth iteration of “I Can Ski Forever” are now on sale at PinkGarterTheatre.com. If you missed the first three, “I Can Ski Forever 4” is an original comedy about all the things we love to love and love to gripe about in Jackson.
Beyond the Curtain
In anticipation of the spring production of “Chicago,” Riot Act Inc. is hosting a Beyond the Curtain event from 7 to 9 p.m. Jan. 30 at the Jackson Hole Book Trader. Over wine and light snacks, cast members will explore the historical events that inspired the play. The event is free.
“Chicago” was first written in 1926 by Maurine Dallas Watkins. While working as a reporter for the Chicago Tribune, Watkins covered two 1924 court cases involving two women who were suspected and later acquitted of murder.