Sinatra’s greatest hits fill the Fort Peck Summer Theatre

Fort Peck Summer Theatre has broken many records performing musician driven shows, including “The Buddy Holly Story,” “Ring of Fire” and “Always... Patsy Cline.” This summer promises to top them all, with “My Way: A Musical Tribute to Frank Sinatra.” The music of “Old Blue Eyes” will fill the air in this celebration of Sinatra’s iconic classics. Don’t miss a one-of-a-kind theatrical evening that will transport audiences to a swingin’ speakeasy lounge, complete with onstage seating, a dance-inducing band and functioning bar.

The four-person cast is Jamie Parnell, Taylor Caprara and Chae Clearwood, along with Ross Bridgeman, who last appeared at FPST in the 2012 Elvis hit “All Shook Up.” Musical Director Luree Green-Chappel leads the live band.

“My Way” is directed by Megan Wiltshire and Andy Meyers, with a scenic design by Jay Michael Roberts and costumes by Ethan Henry. Spencer Perry is lighting designer and Connor Adams is sound designer.

Something special and unique for this performance is an opportunity for anyone who wants to be a part of the show with special onstage VIP seating; four guests per show. Call the Box Office for more information.

Performances are July 8 - July 24: Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m., with Sunday matinees at 4 p.m. Please allow yourself extra time to get to the show on time as there is road construction between Glasgow and Fort Peck as well as between Nashua and Fort Peck.

For tickets or reservations, the Fort Peck Summer Theatre Box Office (at (406) 526-9943) will open at the top of the season. Tickets can also be purchased at the Glasgow Chamber of Commerce located at 313 Klein Avenue (in the Plains Plaza) in Glasgow.

Following “My Way,” the 2016 season continues with: “Mary Poppins,” July 29 – Aug. 14; “The Woman in Black,” Aug. 19 – Sept. 4.



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