Anna Bilderback opened the Powder River Art Gallery about 18 months ago in Buffalo. The first few months were great; she even upgraded to a bigger space pretty quickly.

(Ed. Note: Cheyenne Post reporter Ellen Fike is appearing in the True Troupe performance of Twelfth Night.  We asked her what it was like to rehearse and perform during the pandemic)

The Cheyenne Little Theatre Players have been hit hard by the Coronavirus and the resulting quarantine.  In March, CLTP had just opened “Wind in the Willows,” a show featuring children in the cast.  Wind in the Willows was supposed to run for three weeks, but was closed after two performance…

As the old saying goes, The Show Must Go On. And despite recent sea-changes in society due to the pandemic, a staple of Cheyenne cultural life will be back as usual. Sort of.

It’s been a difficult few months for theater chains that have been closed down for the pandemic, but perhaps an even more difficult hiatus for movie lovers. 

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The City of Cheyenne has announced that the Fridays on the Plaza have been cancelled for June. The city announcement said, "Out of an abundance of caution for the safety and well-being of our community, Fridays on the Plaza events for the month of June have been canceled.

The show must go on, but when? Local performing arts groups had their seasons upended when the Coronavirus hit.

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Disneyland and surrounding roads were totally empty today (Tuesday, April 7) as the park enters its third week of full closure due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Disney parks, including Disneyland Resort in Anaheim closed on Friday, March 13.

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“It is funny,” said Jason Gilbert, director of the Cheyenne Little Theatre’s production of Wind in the Willows. The show opens tonight (Friday, March 13) at the Mary Godfrey Playhouse on Pershing Blvd, and continues for the next three weekends.

With the concerns rising over the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we would like to assure you that Cheyenne Little Theatre Players is committed to the safety and health of everyone who visits our theatre, from our patrons, actors, volunteers, and employees.

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Cheyenne Frontier Days has been nominated as Best Fair/Rodeo by the Academy of Country Music.  “This is huge.  For Cheyenne Frontier Days to be nominated for an ACM award is unbelievable.  It shows how far we’ve come over the years and that we are a major music venue, and that the artists lo…

The Cheyenne Concert Association is excited to present master pianist, Bobby van Deusen on Tuesday, March 10 in the Central High School Auditorium.  The performance will begin at 7p.m. with a performance by Todd Dereemer and Friends. Featured artist, Bobby van Deusen will perform at 7:30.

“I want them to have stomach aches because they laughed so much during the night,” said Rory Mack, director of the Cheyenne Little Theatre Players performance of Forbidden Broadway.  The show will be performed tonight (Friday, February 28) and tomorrow (Saturday, February 29) at the Atlas Th…

Cheyenne based theatrical arts company True Troupe kicks off their third season this Friday and Saturday at 6:30pm in the Cottonwood room at the Laramie County Library with a theatrical performance called “Dungeons and Drama.”

The sounds of construction fill the Lincoln Theatre in downtown Cheyenne right now. But in just a few months, it will be the sounds of music played before very large crowds.

The Cheyenne Dance Club is a non-profit club dedicated to the preservation of Big Band Music and Ballroom Dancing. The club invites you to join them for a fun filled evening of listening and dancing pleasure to the sound of the DEKette Orchestra in the Little America Hotel and Resort Wyoming…

I’ll admit that I wasn’t exactly sure what I was getting into with Jimmy Buffet’s Escape to Margaritaville. I know theater pretty well, I’m a community theater artist, a budding playwright, and a literary critic — I don’t know Jimmy Buffet beyond the handful of songs I’ve heard in my childho…

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I had the opportunity to see Jesus Christ Superstar at the Buell Theater in the Denver Center for the Performing Arts Complex a few days before it closed. The Buell never disappoints. It’s a gorgeous theatre, large, yet still somehow intimate. Perhaps that’s because I had excellent seats, th…

On Tuesday, December 10, 2019 WyomingPBS will host a free public screening of The State of Equality at the Cheyenne Civic Center, 510 W. 20th St., beginning at 7 p.m. The screening event will open with the University of Wyoming Bel Canto Women’s Choir singing the program theme song “Circle o…

Zonta of Cheyenne encourages artists of all ages and all medium to submit entries for its sixth human trafficking awareness art contest. The theme of the contest is Human Trafficking is 20/20. Submissions must be dropped off at FlyDragon Art Studio at 600 W. 17th Street in Cheyenne no later …

The Mayor and the President of the City Council disagree on a number of issues, but they both support the expanded season of the Cheyenne Civic Center.  The Civic Center increased its season from 6-7 shows a year to more than 80.

This weekend the Midnight West film festival will be providing Cheyenne with some thrills from around the world. The festival is produced by local multimedia production company Midnight West Productions (MWP). The Cheyenne Post sat down with two of the company’s board members, Jerry Steinhou…

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The Cheyenne Civic Center will host two National Geographic Live! Presentations and four family-friendly films over the next year.

The Cheyenne Little Theatre debuted Disney’s Beauty and The Beast, the Broadway Musical at The Mary Godfrey Playhouse this past weekend. The musical ran on Broadway from 1994-2007 with 5,461 performances. It was Broadway’s 10th longest running production.

The annual ARC Benefit Oktoberfest was this past weekend, on Saturday September 21at the Archer Complex at the Laramie County Fairgrounds. The ARC has been hosting the event for approximately 15 years. This year featured the 3rd annual Brew-off with Cheyenne’s 3-local craft breweries; Freedo…

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Hip Hop artists The Sugar Hill Gang, The Furious Fives’ Grandmaster Melle Mel, Scorpio, and local artists perform a free street concert on Friday, September 20. Hosted by West Edge Collective at 707 W. Lincolnway. There is a very limited number of VIP tickets available for a $50 purchase tha…

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In 1977, KANSAS followed up the success of Leftoverture by releasing the album Point of Know Return. Containing the smash hit and million-selling single “Dust in the Wind,” along with fan favorites such as “Portrait (He Knew),” “Closet Chronicles,” and “Paradox,” Point of Know Return became …

Cheyenne native and musician Pepie Carlberg is being featured tonight at 7:30 p.m. on Wyoming PBS in Wyoming Chronicle, Pepie’s One Man Band.

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It’s time to channel your inner geek! The Chey-Fy Comic Expo is coming on Sept. 13-15 at the Plains Hotel and has expanded in its second year to include events at businesses in downtown Cheyenne.

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A popular downtown entertainment event returns to Cheyenne, featuring free live music featuring Billy Raffoul and K.Flay at Edge Fest Saturday August 24 from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Civic Commons Park in downtown Cheyenne.

K.Flay’s (Kristine Flaherty’s),North American tour kicks off September 3. Her new song “Not in California” is out everywhere. Her major label debut album, Every Where is Some Where,” garnered two nods in 2018 for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical and Best Rock Song for “Blood in the Cut.”…