Alpine Theater Project is pulling out all the stops to bring a fun-filled Broadway season to Whitefish.
Aiming to make audiences laugh, cry and be happy, the 2023 season includes Broadway hits, talented children on stage and top-notch performances.
Here’s what’s on the bill for the upcoming season:
Feb. 10-11: “In the Mood: An Evening of Big Band Swing” at Whitefish Performing Arts Center — Take a trip back to the end of Valentine’s Day Weekend with our tribute to the Big Band Era. The Great American Songbook will be expanding with the sounds of Glenn Miller, the Gershwins, and more – complete with Big Band and Broadway musicians.
April 28-30: “Les Miserables – ATP Kids” at the Whitefish Performing Arts Center – Produced by high school students, “Les Misérables” is the world’s longest-running musical – a contemporary musical based on the novel by Victor Hugo and featuring one of the most memorable of all time. Epic, grand and inspiring, “Les Misérables” has a concept that has captivated audiences around the world.
July 6- July 15: “Million Dollar Quartet” at the Whitefish Performing Arts Center – The Tony Award-nominated musical opens on Dec. 4, 1956, when a strange coincidence brought Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Elvis Presley together at Sun Records in Memphis for what would become one of the most jam sessions ever. Bringing that December night to life with an irresistible tale of broken promises, secrets, betrayals and celebrations that are both heartbreaking and funny, this play reflects the moment with a rich soundtrack of rock ‘n’ roll, gospel. , rhythm and blues and country hits, performed on stage and in theaters by world-class musicians.
July 31-Aug. 2: “ATP Kids! Summer Camp” at Whitefish Performing Arts Center – Forty-five young hopefuls come together with 10 Broadway professionals for one amazing concert.
Sept. 1-Sept. 3: “Gypsy” at Whitefish Performing Arts Center – A jewel of Broadway’s Golden Age, “Gypsy” features an unparalleled score, a masterfully crafted script, and one of the greatest lead roles ever to grace Broadway. The show, in a show, has an all-star cast led by ATP Artistic Director Betsi Morrison who plays Mama Rose.
Oct. 21-22: “Cats – ATP Kids” at Whitefish Performing Arts Center – “Cats” is one of the longest-running shows in West End and Broadway history. “Cat: Young Actors Edition” enables students to experience singing in a completely accessible way while experiencing the magic of creating Broadway musicals. The best songs include one of the most revered songs in the music scene, “Memory.”
Oct. 27-29: “Rocky Horror Picture Show” at Mountain Center – The cult classic returns to Whitefish as the 1975 horror film is combined and performed on stage.
Dec. 1-3: “Yuletide Affair Kids 2” at the Mountain Center – ATP’s most popular offering for 20 years has been the most spectacular ATP KIDS show. Bring the whole family for Santa photos, crafting, hot cocoa, and one amazing show.
Dec. 20-22: “Yuletide Affair 20” at the Whitefish Performing Arts Center – The 20th annual celebration of the popular mix of uplifting and irreverent holiday music.
Tickets can be purchased by calling the ATP box office at 406-862-7649 or through the ATP website, atpwhitefish.org.