Tickets available for new season for Blue Mountain Entertainment
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Blue Mountain Entertainment announces a delightful roster of programs for the 2015-2016 season, all performances at the Monticello High School Auditorium. 

The Repertory Dance Theatre will perform on October 22; RDT is the nation’s oldest and most successful repertory dance company. 

The performance presents art in motion, expressed through the dancers’ bodies in modern dance that will amaze you and artistry that you won’t anticipate coming.

The oh-so-popular Bard D Wranglers will corral its performers for a stage show on December 14.  There will be songs of cowboys, gunfighters and the old West, lively instrumentals, and comedy to please the whole family. 

This is the same program you would enjoy (at a much higher price) when visiting the popular Bar D Chuckwagon in Durango, Colorado.

January 23 will see Brigham Young University’s Living Legends on stage celebrating Latin American, Native American and Polynesian cultures through song and dance. 

Traditional choreography, intricate costumes, and heart-pounding music bring to life the simple beauty of cultures often forgotten.

Missoula Children’s Theatre will bring a team of two professional actors/directors who will select and direct a cast of 50 to 60 local students in presenting a colorful, cleverly-choreographed, and well-rehearsed full-length fairytale musical “Rumpelstiltskin.”  

Two performances will be presented on February 20.  This is an opportunity for the community’s young folks to develop their theatrical talents.

Completing the concert season on April 25 will be the much anticipated Spring Gala featuring local talent.  It is always fun and entertaining to witness the abundant and versatile talents of the Monticello area’s residents.

Season memberships can now be purchased from any of BME’s Board of Directors: Bill and Lynda Boyle, Kim and Cyndi Burtenshaw, Scott Mitchell, Jeff and Denise Frost, Derryl and Sally Jack, Doyle and Marilyn Rowley, Les and Rebecca Wikle, Frazer and Kristi Clark, Don and Lorelei Andrews, Kyle and Anna Curtis, Marilee Potts, and Eric and Brenda Rowley. 

BME has kept its season membership prices at the same bargain prices: Families $60, Adults $24, and Students $12.  

Memberships will not only provide admittance to BME’s programs, but also to those of Kigalia Fine Arts in Blanding.  Their upcoming programs are Repertory Dance Theatre on October 24, Steve and Shauna Black Family on November 16, BYU Noteworthy (a women’s a cappella group) on January 22, and Young Artists in Concert (local youth performers) on May 9.

Blue Mountain Entertainment sincerely thanks the Lions Club and community members for their generous donations to the fund for refinishing BME’s magnificent Baldwin concert grand piano. 

BME not only uses the piano for its own programs, but also makes it available to Monticello High School and other community groups. 
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