Thursday, April 12 at 7:00 p.m.
Saturday, April 14 at 2:00 p.m.
Museum Members $10 - General Public $13
Tickets also available at the Washakie Museum,
or by phone at 347-4102
Join “Muffie and Friends” for a fun-filled show featuring music about “good” people and “bad” villains and “funny” theatre. “Music and Melodrama” is organized and directed by Muffie Shaw with assistance from Lew Markley and Naomi Durrant. Songs include a variety of good, bad, and funny tunes to make you cheer, hiss, and laugh—“Poor Unfortunate Souls” the Sea Witch Ursula in The Little Mermaid; “On My Own” Eponine in Les Miserables; “Evil Like Me” Malificent in Descendants; “The Song That Goes Like This” Lady of the Lake from Monty Python’s Spamalot; “Days of Plenty” Marmee in Little Women; “Popular” Glinda from Wicked; and many more!
Peril on the Mighty Big Horn Or...A Disaster of Titanic Proportions
Set sail on the maiden voyage of the “Mighty Big Horn,” a brand new riverboat with a money-back guarantee to make it from Fort Smith, Montana to Thermopolis, Wyoming in just five days. Of course, that sort of promise is sure to bring out the saboteurs, including the nefarious Vandall VonLech and his rival in the villainy department, Maleficent Syreen. While Vandall is at it, he also plots to woo Modesty Steerwell, the Captain’s daughter, and swipe the hefty “Heart of the River” necklace from the riverboat’s wealthy elite passengers, the Poshmores. Can anything stop these villains? Perhaps it is the noble and brave deckhand, Justin Stalwart, whose heart belongs to Modesty. Or perhaps it is (would you believe?) — an ice jam on the river in Worland!